Construction and Visualization of Confidence Sets for Frequentist Distributional Forecasts
D Harris, GM Martin, I Perera, DS Poskitt
Journal of Computational and Graphical Statistics | Taylor & Francis | Published : 2019
The focus of this article is on the quantification of sampling variation in frequentist probabilistic forecasts. We propose a method of constructing confidence sets that respects the functional nature of the forecast distribution, and use animated graphics to visualize the impact of parameter uncertainty on the location, dispersion, and shape of the distribution. The confidence sets are derived via the inversion of a Wald test, and the ellipsoid that defines the boundary of the set computed numerically. A wide range of linear and nonlinear time series models—encompassing long memory, state space, and mixture specifications—is used to demonstrate the procedure, based on artificially generated..View full abstract
Awarded by Australian Research Council (ARC)
This research has been supported by Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery Grants DP120102344 and DP150101728.