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Error exponents for AR order testing

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2 Author(s)
Boucheron, S. ; Lab. de Probabilites et Modeles Aleatoires, Univ. Paris VII-Denis Diderot, France ; Gassiat, E.

This paper is concerned with error exponents in testing problems raised by autoregressive (AR) modeling. The tests to be considered are variants of generalized likelihood ratio testing corresponding to traditional approaches to autoregressive moving-average (ARMA) modeling estimation. In several related problems, such as Markov order or hidden Markov model order estimation, optimal error exponents have been determined thanks to large deviations theory. AR order testing is specially challenging since the natural tests rely on quadratic forms of Gaussian processes. In sharp contrast with empirical measures of Markov chains, the large deviation principles (LDPs) satisfied by Gaussian quadratic forms do not always admit an information-theoretic representation. Despite this impediment, we prove the existence of nontrivial error exponents for Gaussian AR order testing. And furthermore, we exhibit situations where the exponents are optimal. These results are obtained by showing that the log-likelihood process indexed by AR models of a given order satisfy an LDP upper bound with a weakened information-theoretic representation.

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Information Theory, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:52 ,  Issue: 2 )

Date of Publication:

Feb. 2006

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