an:05285535
Zbl 1145.93046
Dobrovidov, A. V.
On convergence of kernel estimators of density with variable window width by dependent observations
EN
Autom. Remote Control 68, No. 9, 1575-1582 (2007); translation from Avtom. Telemekh. 2007, No. 9, 113-121 (2007).
00216817
2007
j
93E10 93B50 93E03
data processing in stochastic systems; autoregression; sliding mean
Summary: In [\textit{I. S. Abramson}, Ann. Stat. 10, 1217--1223 (1982; Zbl 0507.62040) and \textit{P. Hall} and \textit{J. S. Marron}, Probab. Theory Relat. Fields 80, No. 1, 37--49 (1988; Zbl 0637.62036)] a new type of nonparametric kernel estimators of probability density was studied, whose window width varies depending on the sample, i.e., are data-based. These estimators were called adaptive. New estimators of density are superior in the rate of convergence to classical Rosenblatt-Parzen estimators. However, these valuable properties of estimators were obtained assuming that observations are independent. In this paper, we study properties of these adaptive estimators but assuming that the sample is realization of the stationary in the narrow sense random sequence. The simulation examples for the adaptive estimator constructed by dependent observations which is generated by autoregressive models are represented. The results of the investigation prove the advantage of the adaptive estimator over the classical Rosenblatt-Parzen estimator in the sense of the mean-square error. The rate of mean-square convergence of the limiting estimator (the so-called ``ideal'' estimator) to the true unknown density according to the dependent sample is found. The consistency of the adaptive estimator constructed by stationary dependent observations is proved.
Zbl 0507.62040; Zbl 0637.62036