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This module introduces stationarity, such as strict sense stationarity (SSS) and wide sense stationarity (WSS).

Stationarity in a Random Process implies that its statistical characteristics do not change with time . Put another way, if one were to observe a stationary random process at some time t it would be impossible to distinguish the statistical characteristics at that time from those at some other time t .

Strict sense stationarity (sss)

Choose a Random Vector of length N from a Random Process:

X X t 1 X t 2 X t N
Its N th order cdf is
F X ( t 1 ) ,     X ( t N ) x 1 x N X t 1 x 1 X t N x N
X t is defined to be Strict Sense Stationary iff:
F X ( t 1 ) ,     X ( t N ) x 1 x N F X ( t 1 + c ) ,     X ( t N + c ) x 1 x N
for all time shifts c , all finite N and all sets of time points t 1 t N .

Wide sense (weak) stationarity (wss)

If we are only interested in the properties of moments up to 2nd order (mean, autocorrelation, covariance, ...), which isthe case for many practical applications, a weaker form of stationarity can be useful:

X t is defined to be Wide Sense Stationary (or Weakly Stationary) iff:

  • The mean value is independent of t , for all t
    X t μ
  • Autocorrelation depends only upon τ t 2 t 1 , for all t 1
    X t 1 X t 2 X t 1 X t 1 τ r X X τ
Note that, since 2nd-order moments are defined in terms of2nd-order probability distributions, strict sense stationary processes are always wide-sense stationary, but not necessarily vice versa .

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