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 Recursive estimates of financial time series Vejmělka, Petr ; Cipra, Tomáš (advisor) This work aims to describe the method of recursive estimation of time series with conditional volatility, used mainly in finance. First, there are described the basic types of models with conditional heteroskedasticity (GARCH) and princi- ples of state-space modeling demonstrated by means of linear models AR and ARMA. Subsequently, there are derived algorithms for recursive estimation of parameters of the GARCH model and its possible modifications including the ones for which recursive estimation formulas have not been yet derived in lit- erature. These algorithms are tested in a simulation study, where their appli- cability in practice is investigated. Finally, we apply these algorithms to real high-frequency data from the stock exchange. The practical part is done us- ing the software Mathematica 11.3. The work also serves as an overview of the current state of online modeling of financial time series. 1 Detailed record Recursive estimates of financial time series Vejmělka, Petr ; Cipra, Tomáš (advisor) ; Zichová, Jitka (referee) This work aims to describe the method of recursive estimation of time series with conditional volatility, used mainly in finance. First, there are described the basic types of models with conditional heteroskedasticity (GARCH) and princi- ples of state-space modeling demonstrated by means of linear models AR and ARMA. Subsequently, there are derived algorithms for recursive estimation of parameters of the GARCH model and its possible modifications including the ones for which recursive estimation formulas have not been yet derived in lit- erature. These algorithms are tested in a simulation study, where their appli- cability in practice is investigated. Finally, we apply these algorithms to real high-frequency data from the stock exchange. The practical part is done us- ing the software Mathematica 11.3. The work also serves as an overview of the current state of online modeling of financial time series. 1 Detailed record Multivariate models of volatility Vejmělka, Petr ; Cipra, Tomáš (advisor) ; Zichová, Jitka (referee) In this work, we deal with the modeling of multivariate financial time series. First, linear models of multivariate time series are described and further special features of the financial time series. In the next part of the thesis, we focus on modeling multivariate volatility and present several models that can be used in this context. In the practical part of the work, we apply some of these models on real data using the software systems EViews 9 and RATS 8. As the first one, we analyze gradually two-dimensional and five-dimensional financial time series. The aim of thesis is to survey the temporary state of multivariate volatility modeling in financial time series including practical experience with specialized software. 1 Detailed record

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