Representing Time-Varying Cyclic Dynamics Using Multiple-Subject State-Space Models

Chow, S.-M., Hamaker, E. L., Fujita, F. & Boker, S. M. (2009) Representing Time-Varying Cyclic Dynamics Using Multiple-Subject State-Space Models. British Journal of Mathematical and Statistical Psychology. vol 62, 683-716.

THis article compares two contemporary state-space models for dynamical systems analysis: the stochastic cycle model and the dynamic harmonic regression model. These models are applied to two studies: one on postural dynamics and another daily diary study of affect. Publication rules for BJMSP prohibit us from quoting excerpts or distributing the manuscript on the web, but we can send a reprint if you send one of the authors an email request.

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