Seasonal ARMA(p,q) Processes
Many financial and economic time series exhibit a regular cyclicality, periodicity, or “seasonality.” For example, agricultural output follows seasonal variation, flower sales are higher in February, retail sales are higher in December, and beer sales in college towns are lower during the summers.
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