Di Fonzo, Tommaso and Marini, Marco (2007) Statistical Reconciliation of Time Series. Movement Preservation vs. a Data Based Procedure. [Working Paper] WORKING PAPER SERIES, 10/2007 . , PADOVA (Inedito)
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Most of the data obtained by statistical agencies have to be adjusted, corrected or somehow processed by statisticians in order to arrive at useful, consistent and publishable values. When temporally and contemporaneously aggregated series are known, temporal (e.g., between quarterly and annual data) and contemporaneous (between the quarterly aggregate and the sum of its component series) discrepancies can be eliminated using various reconciliation procedures. In this paper we consider (i) an extension of the univariate benchmarking approach by Denton (1971), founded on a well known movement preservation principle, and (ii) a data-based benchmarking procedure (Guerrero and Nieto, 1999) which exploits the autoregressive features of the preliminary series to be adjusted. In order to evaluate their performance in practical situations, both procedures are applied to simulated and real world data.
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