Window estimates, Advanced Statistics

Window estimates is a term which occurs in the context of the both frequency domain and time domain estimation for the time series. In the previous it generally applies to weights frequently applied to improve the accuracy of the periodogram for estimating spectral density. In latter it refers to the statistics calculated from the small subsets of the observations after the data has been splitted up into segments.

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