[Numpy-discussion] simulate AR
Fri Oct 14 11:21:43 CDT 2011
On Fri, Oct 14, 2011 at 11:56 AM, Fabrice Silva <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Le vendredi 14 octobre 2011 à 10:49 -0400, email@example.com a
> écrit :
>> On Fri, Oct 14, 2011 at 10:24 AM, Alan G Isaac <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> > As a simple example, if I have y0 and a white noise series e,
>> > what is the best way to produces a series y such that y[t] = 0.9*y[t-1] + e[t]
>> > for t=1,2,...?
>> > 1. How can I best simulate an autoregressive process using NumPy?
>> > 2. With SciPy, it looks like I could do this as
>> > e = y0
>> > signal.lfilter((1,),(1,-0.9),e)
>> > Am I overlooking similar (or substitute) functionality in NumPy?
>> I don't think so. At least I didn't find anything in numpy for this.
>> An MA process would be a convolution, but for simulating AR I only
>> found signal.lfilter. (unless numpy has gained extra features that I
>> don't have in 1.5)
>> Except, I think it's possible to do it with fft, if you want to
>> fft-inverse-convolve (?)
>> But simulating an ARMA with fft was much slower than lfilter in my
>> short experimentation with it.
> About speed comparison between lfilter, convolve, etc...
One other way to simulate the AR is to get the (truncated)
MA-representation, and then convolve can be used, as in
numpy polynomials can be used it invert the AR-polynomial (with a bit
> Fabrice Silva
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