long memory

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long memory

A clear memory of events that happened long ago. My grandma has a long memory of her childhood in Russia. It's astonishing hearing how things were when she was young! I always have a long memory for people who disrespect me. Once you're in my bad books, you're there forever!
See also: long, memory
References in classic literature ?
Love, however, is very materially assisted by a warm and active imagination: which has a long memory, and will thrive, for a considerable time, on very slight and sparing food.
CORONATION STREET ITV HE hasn't been mentioned for years, but those with a long memory may remember that Michelle has a son she never sees or mentions.
Craig attempts to win back Bethany CORONATION STREET ITV HE hasn't been mentioned for years, but those with a long memory may remember that Michelle has a son she never sees or mentions.
It also adds discussion of new advances in the analysis of long memory data and data with time-varying frequencies.
Abstract: This research study examines the behavior of currency rate, long memory features, and long-term stability in the returns of thirteen Asia-Pacific currencies (AUD, CNY, HKD, INR, IDR, JPY, KRW, MYR, NZD, PHP, SGD, TWD, and THB) against USD over a period of fourteen years (from 2nd January 2001 to 10th December 2014).
The results suggest that level shifts in the volatility of daily stock return data are infrequent but when taken into account, the long memory characteristic and GARCH effects disappear.
It takes a man with a long memory, like Ken Searle, to point out that reputation in this industry is everything.
I have a good memory and a long memory, other Kirkby residents may remember the Knowsley What's On booklet I wrote regarding the council offering PS60m of green belt land to Everton for a football club.
A long memory (up to 125 M points) allowing both long recordings and multiple waveforms to be acquired.
The player also said that when he went to bat, Root had told him that it had been a long couple of months, to which he had replied that he had a long memory, so it was okay.
I was once given the choice of a long memory or long member but can't remember what I chose.
Their preface defines the subject: "A discrete-time stationary stochastic process is said to have long memory if its autocovariances tend to zero hyperbolically slowly as the lag tends to infinity, but their sum diverges.
This capability is enhanced by search facilities allowing the user to look for specific data in the very long memory.
Long memory or long range dependence is an important aspect of stock market returns, which departs from random walk hypothesis has gained much attention during the past one and half decade.
I have a long memory and can recall the time that Labour in Liverpool put our rates up by 50% one year.