Did you possibly mean nonstationary?
- n. The condition of being nonstationary
- non- + stationarity (Wiktionary)
“The debate over whether hurricane statistics show signs of nonstationarity is to me far more interesting and relevant than the absence or presence of a trend.”
“The word “trend” often is used to imply a nonstationarity in the stochastic process from which observed number of hurricane arrivals are a realization.”
“The first reason consists of the general nonstationarity climate, in particular during the period used for a calibration.”
“However, our method cannot deal with nonstationarity even though the normalization of the weights in the OA procedure minimizes the distortion of the trends in the data.”
“Of course, any nonstationarity is likely to be a response to some kind of recent anthropogenic forcing”
“In this respect it is not possible to infer nonstationarity or stationarity merely from data.”
“I just thought I would supply a concrete and relevant example of how such a quadratic response to temperature is not only real, but could lead to time-series nonstationarity that violates assumptions made in the inferential leap one takes in going from calibration to reconstruction.”
“Apparent temporal nonstationarity in the biological response of trees to climate might be a function of changes in climate itself [Vaganov et al., 1999; Aykroyd et al., 2001], although caution is necessary since this could also arise stochastically [Gershunov et al., 2001].”
“That is how stationary long-memory processes behave; it is not evidence of nonstationarity.”
“It seems to me a more precise test is decreased speed of mean-reversion, which is to say that, given a + greenhouse shock there is a slow, and possibly zero-speed reversion to the previous mean ie nonstationarity.”
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