## Time Series in the Time DomainEdward James Hannan, P. R. Krishnaiah, L. N. Kanal, Malempati Madhusudana Rao, D. R. Brillinger, P. K. Sen Hardbound. In this volume prominent workers in the field discuss various time series methods in the time domain. The topics included are autoregressive-moving average models, control, estimation, identification, model selection, non-linear time series, non-stationary time series, prediction, robustness, sampling designs, signal attenuation, and speech recognition. This volume complements Handbook of Statistics 3: Time Series in the Frequency Domain. |

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Nonstationary Autoregressive Time Series | 1 |

P Young Dept of Environmental Sciences University of Lancaster Lancaster | 8 |

S K Bhagavan Dept of Statistics Andhra University Waltair India 530003 | 11 |

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