The TSA toolbox is useful for analysing Time Series. The methods are based on stochastic concepts and maximum entropy methods. It includes:
- Stochastic Signal processing
- Autoregressive Model Identification
- adaptive autoregressive modelling using Kalman filtering
- multivariate autoregressive modelling
- maximum entropy spectral estimation
- matched (inverse) filter design
- Histogram analysis
- Calcution of the entropy of a time series
- Non-linear analysis (3rd order statistics)
- Test for UnitCircle- and Hurwitz- Polynomials
- multiple signal processing
released on 3 January 2017
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