Multivariate Structural Models
Multivariate structural models are defined in a way similar to that of univariate structural models, described in Sect. 4.1. For example, let the stochastic vector Yt satisfy Yt = Pt + St + It, where Pt is the trend, St is the seasonal, and It is the irregular component.
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