Processing of Missing Observations and Outliers in Time Series
Thanks to rapid and remarkable development of electronic devices such as computers and measurement instruments, a variety of time series has been available automatically and continuously, resulting in minute-by-minute accumulation of a large amount of data. However when time series is observed for a long period, part of the time series is sometimes unable to be observed owing to some accidental causes such as malfunction of instrument or some physical restrictions of the observation system. In such a case, unobserved data is called missing observations. Even with only several percent of the missing observations, if they are studded with the data, the length of actually available data may become very short if only a part observed continuously is taken out.
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