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Can Hurst exponent be used to characterize nonlinear dependence in time series?
It appears to me that the answer is no, because Hurst exponent measures persistence in terms of autocorrelation, which is a linear measure. So even if a time series of asset returns is driven by ...
Sep 10 '12 at 17:52
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