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Posted 12-13-2022 03:47 AM
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Helo family!

I am looking for a code to specify arh(1) covariance structure in the PROC IML simulation procedure. I saw the IML code for specifying the R-side ar(1) covariance structure by Gibbs & Kiernan (2020), but I am struggling to figure out how to capture arh(1) instead and generate my simulation samples. Here is the code below by Gibbs & Kiernan (2020), when the R-side covariance structure is ar(1):

proc iml worksize=100; resid=2; rho=0.8; m=5; /* m = number of time points */ cov=j(m,m,1); do i=1 to m; do j=1 to m; cov=[i, j]=resid*rho**abs(i-j); end;

end; mean={0 0 0}; n=200; call randseed(61345); z=RandNormal(n, mean, cov); create AR1Errors from z; append from z; quit;

Kindly assist with the parameters (code) required for arh(1) structure in a similar code as given above. Alternative approaches (codes) are most welcome.

Thank you for your assistance.

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The ARH(1) structure is shown in the PROC MIXED documentation.

The structure is the Hadamard product of an outer-product matrix sigma*sigma` and an AR1 matrix (which is a Toeplitz matrix). I think the following IML program will sample normal errors from an ARH1 covariance matrix:

```
proc iml;
sigma = {8, 16, 4, 8, 1};
rho=0.5;
dim = nrow(sigma);
/* AR1 correlation structure:
https://blogs.sas.com/content/iml/2012/11/05/constructing-common-covariance-structures.html
*/
start AR1Corr(dim, rho);
u = cuprod(j(1,dim-1,rho)); /* cumulative product */
return( toeplitz(1 || u) );
finish;
/* ARH(1) is Hadamard product of outer product sigma*sigma`
and the AR(1) correlation matrix */
OutProd = sigma * sigma`;
AR1 = AR1Corr(dim, rho);
ARH1Cov = OutProd # AR1;
print OutProd, AR1, ARH1Cov;
mean = j(1, dim, 0);
n = 200;
call randseed(61345);
z = RandNormal(n, mean, ARH1Cov);
create ARH1Errors from z[c=('x1':'x5')];
append from z;
quit;
/* visualize */
proc sgscatter data=ARH1Errors;
matrix x1-x5;
run;
```

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The ARH(1) structure is shown in the PROC MIXED documentation.

The structure is the Hadamard product of an outer-product matrix sigma*sigma` and an AR1 matrix (which is a Toeplitz matrix). I think the following IML program will sample normal errors from an ARH1 covariance matrix:

```
proc iml;
sigma = {8, 16, 4, 8, 1};
rho=0.5;
dim = nrow(sigma);
/* AR1 correlation structure:
https://blogs.sas.com/content/iml/2012/11/05/constructing-common-covariance-structures.html
*/
start AR1Corr(dim, rho);
u = cuprod(j(1,dim-1,rho)); /* cumulative product */
return( toeplitz(1 || u) );
finish;
/* ARH(1) is Hadamard product of outer product sigma*sigma`
and the AR(1) correlation matrix */
OutProd = sigma * sigma`;
AR1 = AR1Corr(dim, rho);
ARH1Cov = OutProd # AR1;
print OutProd, AR1, ARH1Cov;
mean = j(1, dim, 0);
n = 200;
call randseed(61345);
z = RandNormal(n, mean, ARH1Cov);
create ARH1Errors from z[c=('x1':'x5')];
append from z;
quit;
/* visualize */
proc sgscatter data=ARH1Errors;
matrix x1-x5;
run;
```

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Hi Rick,

Thank you so much. You are very right. I got a chance to go through the suggested code and additional reading material. It is quite clear. I thank you.

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Dear Rick

I will definitely follow the discussion.

Thank you so much.

I will definitely follow the discussion.

Thank you so much.

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