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- Rainer Dahlhaus
- 2004

In the paper [1] the author claimed to have established asymptotic normality and efficiency of the Gaussian maximum likelihood estimator (MLE) for long range dependent processes (with the increments of the self-similar fractional Brownian motion as a special case—hence, the title of the paper). The case considered in the paper was Gaussian stationary… (More)

One major challenge in neuroscience is the identification of interrelations between signals reflecting neural activity. When applying multivariate time series analysis techniques to neural signals, detection of directed relationships, which can be described in terms of Granger-causality, is of particular interest. Partial directed coherence has been… (More)

In this paper, we investigate the use of partial correlation analysis for the identification of functional neural connectivity from simultaneously recorded neural spike trains. Partial correlation analysis allows one to distinguish between direct and indirect connectivities by removing the portion of the relationship between two neural spike trains that can… (More)

This paper deals with nonparametric maximum likelihood estimation for Gaussian locally stationary processes. Our nonparametric MLE is constructed by minimizing a frequency domain likelihood over a class of functions. The asymptotic behavior of the resulting estimator is studied. The results depend on the richness of the class of functions. Both sieve… (More)

A method for the identification of direct synaptic connections in a larger neural net is presented. It is based on a conditional correlation graph for multivariate point processes. The connections are identified via the partial spectral coherence of two neurons, given all others. It is shown how these coherences can be calculated by inversion of the… (More)

- Rainer Dahlhaus
- 1998

Graphical models applying partial coherence to multivariate time series are a powerful tool to distinguish direct and indirect interdependencies in multivariate linear systems. We carry over the concept of graphical models and partialization analysis to phase signals of nonlinear synchronizing systems. This procedure leads to the partial phase… (More)

A time-varying empirical spectral process indexed by classes of functions is defined for locally stationary time series. We derive weak convergence in a function space, and prove a maximal exponential inequality and a Glivenko–Cantelli-type convergence result. The results use conditions based on the metric entropy of the index class. In contrast to related… (More)

We consider nonparametric estimation of the parameter functions a i () , i = 1; : : : ; p , of a time-varying autoregressive process. Choosing an orthonormal wavelet basis representation of the functions a i , the empirical wavelet coeecients are derived from the time series data as the solution of a least squares minimization problem. In order to allow the… (More)

- Karim Abadir, Walter Distaso, Rainer Dahlhaus, Les Godfrey, Patrick Marsh, Franco Peracchi +5 others
- 2002

We propose a class of statistics where the direction of one of the alternatives is incorporated. We modify a class of multivariate tests with elliptical confidence regions, not necessarily arising from normal-based distribution theory. The resulting statistics are easy to compute, they do not require the re-estimation of models subject to one-sided… (More)