Balance and Reduce a Model
Balance and reduce the state dimension of a state space model a la Mittnik.
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An object of class TSmodel or TSestModel.
If the supplied model is of class TSestModel and data is not supplied then it is taken from the model. If the model is of class TSmodel then data must be supplied.
Criterion to be used for model
logical indicating if information should be printed during estimation.
logical indicating if some warning messages should be suppressed.
a matrix. See details.
integer indicating the state dimension of the largest model considered.
MittnikReduction gives nested-balanced state space model using
reduction by svd of the Hankel matrix generated from a model.
If a state space model is supplied the max. state dimension for the result is
taken from the model. If an ARMA model is supplied then singular values
will be printed and the program prompts for the max. state dimension.
criterion should be the name of one of the values returned by informationTests,
that is, one of ("port","like","aic","bic","gvc","rice","fpe","taic",
"tbic","tgvc","trice","tfpe"). If criteria is not specified then the
program prompts for the state dimension (n) to use for the returned model.
The program requires data to calculate selection criteria. (The program
balanceMittnik calculates svd criteria only and can be used for reduction
MittnikReduction.from.Hankel is called by
MittnikReduction and typically not by the user, but there are situations
when the former might be called directly. It selects a reduced state
space model by svd a la Mittnik. Models and several criteria for all
state dimensions up to the max. state dim. specified are calculated.
(If nMax is not supplied then svd criteria are printed and the program
prompts for nMax). The output dimension p is taken from nrow(M).
M is a matrix with p x (m+p) blocks giving the markov parameters,
that is, the first row of the Hankel matrix. It can be generated from the
model as in the function markovParms, or from the data, as in the function
data is necessary only if criteria (AIC,etc) are to be calculated.
A state space model balance a la Mittnik in an object of class TSestModel.
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