Unit root test
In statistics, a unit root test tests whether a time series variable is non-stationary using an autoregressive model. A well-known test that is valid in large samples is the augmented Dickey–Fuller test. The optimal finite sample tests for a unit root in autoregressive models were developed by Denis Sargan and Alok Bhargava. Another test is the Phillips–Perron test. These tests use the existence of a unit root as the null hypothesis.
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- Bhargava, A. (1986). "On the Theory of Testing for Unit Roots in Observed Time Series". The Review of Economic Studies 53 (3): 369–384. doi:10.2307/2297634. JSTOR 2297634.
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