Statistical Inference for Heavy Tailed Time Series and Vectors

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Title: Statistical Inference for Heavy Tailed Time Series and Vectors
Authors: Tong, Zhigang
Date: 2017
Abstract: In this thesis we deal with statistical inference related to extreme value phenomena. Specifically, if X is a random vector with values in d-dimensional space, our goal is to estimate moments of ψ(X) for a suitably chosen function ψ when the magnitude of X is big. We employ the powerful tool of regular variation for random variables, random vectors and time series to formally define the limiting quantities of interests and construct the estimators. We focus on three statistical estimation problems: (i) multivariate tail estimation for regularly varying random vectors, (ii) extremogram estimation for regularly varying time series, (iii) estimation of the expected shortfall given an extreme component under a conditional extreme value model. We establish asymptotic normality of estimators for each of the estimation problems. The theoretical findings are supported by simulation studies and the estimation procedures are applied to some financial data.
URL: http://hdl.handle.net/10393/35649
http://dx.doi.org/10.20381/ruor-606
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