Stationary

Refers to a time series or time series process which has a natural mean or tendency towards one. Over time and given larger samples, some economic time series tend to converge towards a natural level with stable volatilities. This compares to Nonstationary.
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Stationary

The property of a stochastic process of not changing in distribution over time or space.
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stationary

[adj] - standing still 2. [adj] - not capable of being moved
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Stationary

refers to a gas detection instrument intended for permanent installation in a fixed location.
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Stationary

Sta'tion·a·ry adjective [ Latin stationarius : confer French stationnaire . Confer Stationer .] 1. Not moving; not appearing to move; stable; fixed. « Charles Wesley, who is a more stationary man, does not believe the story.» Southey. 2.
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Stationary

Sta'tion·a·ry noun ; plural -ries One who, or that which, is stationary, as a planet when apparently it has neither progressive nor retrograde motion. Holland.
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stationary

1. Not moving; not appearing to move; stable; fixed. 'Charles Wesley, who is a more stationary man, does not believe the story.' (Southey) ... 2. Not improving or getting worse; not growing wiser, greater, better, more excellent, or the contrary. ... 3. Appearing to be at rest, because moving in the line of vision; not progressive or retrograde, as
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stationary

adjective not capable of being moved; `stationary machinery`
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stationary

adjective standing still; `the car remained stationary with the engine running`
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stationary

When used to describe a stochastic process, this is usually a synonym for covariance stationary. Source: Enders, Walter. 1995. Applied Econometric Time Series. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Hamilton, J. Time Series Analysis. Contexts: stochastic processes
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Stationary

• (n.) One who, or that which, is stationary, as a planet when apparently it has neither progressive nor retrograde motion. • (a.) Not moving; not appearing to move; stable; fixed. • (a.) Appearing to be at rest, because moving in the line of vision; not progressive or retrograde, as a planet. • (a.) Not improving or getting wor
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Stationary

refers to a gas detection instrument intended for permanent installation in a fixed location.
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Stationary

With wind generator towers, a tower that does not tilt up and down. The tower must be climbed or accessed with a crane to install or service equipment at the top.
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Stationary

Refers to a time series or time series process which has a natural mean or tendency towards one. Over time and given larger samples, some economic time series tend to converge towards a natural level with stable volatilities. This compares to Nonstationary.
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