The autoregressive conditional intensity model proposed by Russell (1998) is a promising option for fitting multivariate high frequency irregularly spaced data. The authors acknowledge the validity of this model by showing the independence of its generalized residuals, a crucial assumption of the model formulation not readily recognized by researchers. The authors derive the large‐sample distribution of the autocorrelations of the generalized residual series and use it to construct a goodness‐of‐fit test for the model. Empirical results compare the performance of their test with other off‐the‐shelf tests such as the Ljung–Box test. They illustrate the use of their test with transaction records of the HSBC stock. Copyright © 2008 Statistical Society of Canada.
|Journal||Canadian Journal of Statistics|
|Publication status||Published - Dec 2008|
CitationKwok, S. M. S., & Li, W. K. (2008). On diagnostic checking of the autoregressive conditional intensity model. Canadian Journal of Statistics, 36(4), 561-576. doi: 10.1002/cjs.5550360405
- Asymptotic distribution
- Autoregressive conditional intensity
- Diagnostic test
- Residual autocorrelation