By James Durbin, Siem Jan Koopman

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Fn It follows that CΩC = F . The transformation of a symmetric positive deﬁnite matrix (say Ω) into a diagonal matrix (say F ) using a lower triangular matrix (say C) by means of the relation CΩC = F is known as the Cholesky decomposition of the symmetric matrix. 3). 1. Note also that F −1 = (C )−1 Ω−1 C −1 so we have Ω−1 = C F −1 C. 2 Error recursions Deﬁne the state estimation error as xt = αt − at , with Var(xt ) = Pt . 29) 19 State smoothing We now show that the state estimation errors xt and forecast errors vt are linear functions of the initial state error x1 and the disturbances εt and ηt analogously to the way that αt and yt are linear functions of the initial state and the disturbances for t = 1, .

Yn which minimises E[(yn+j − y¯n+j )2 |Yn ]. Then y¯n+j = E(yn+j |Yn ). 3. The variance of the forecast error is denoted by F¯n+j = Var(yn+j |Yn ). The theory of forecasting for the local level model turns out to be surprisingly simple; we merely regard forecasting as ﬁltering the observations y1 , . . , yn , yn+1 , . . 15) and treating the last J observations yn+1 , . . 15). 7 that ¯n+j , a ¯n+j+1 = a P¯n+j+1 = P¯n+j + ση2 , j = 1, . . 15). Furthermore, we have ¯n+j , y¯n+j = E(yn+j |Yn ) = E(αn+j |Yn ) + E(εn+j |Yn ) = a F¯n+j = Var(yn+j |Yn ) = Var(αn+j |Yn ) + Var(εn+j |Yn ) = P¯n+j + σε2 , for j = 1, .

Variance of the smoothed estimate of η1 remains unaltered as Var(ˆ The initial smoothed state α ˆ 1 under diﬀuse conditions can also be obtained by assuming that y1 is ﬁxed and α1 = y1 − ε1 where ε1 ∼ N (0, σε2 ). For example, for the smoothed mean of the state at t = 1, we have now only n − 1 varying yt ’s so that n Cov(α1 , vj ) vj α ˆ 1 = a1 + Fj j=2 with a1 = y1 . 56) that a2 = a1 = y1 . Further, v2 = y2 − a2 = α2 + ε2 − y1 = α1 + η1 + ε2 − y1 = −ε1 + η1 + ε2 . Consequently, Cov(α1 , v2 ) = Cov(−ε1 , −ε1 + η1 + ε2 ) = σε2 .