Identification of Multiple Outliers in Time Series
In order to find outliers in a data set, mostly consecutive procedures are applied. In literature it is distinguished between consecutive inward testing and consecutive outward testing e.g. Barnett/Lewis (1984), Davies/Gather (1992), Using an inward testing procedure it is additionally assumed that an upper bound s for the number of outliers is known.
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