Journal of Time Series Analysis


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Abstract. Let X={X(t), tεT∁ R} be a (L2 ‐) stationary process and suppose that N={N(t), t≥ 0} is an infinitely divisible process, independent of X. Then ={(t) =X(N(t)), t≥ 0} is again a stationary process. In this paper, we relate the spectral properties of the original process X and the derived or subordinated process X̂.

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