[R] TIme Series AR to MA and (viceversa)

Giovanni Petris GPetris at uark.edu
Tue Nov 4 16:16:07 CET 2008

Sounds like a homework problem...

In general, the AR or MA representation of an ARMA process will be of
infinite order. 


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> Hi,
> I am new to using R for Time series analysis. I was wondering if there are any functions that can convert ARMA or ARIMA time series into their corresponding AR or MA time series representations (by calculating the corresponding AR or MA coefficients). 
> Thanks a lot
> Kris.
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Giovanni Petris  <GPetris at uark.edu>
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