Linear dynamic systems are formulated for stationary and integrated data processes. Both open and closed systems are noted. General‐to‐specific modelling of the joint data‐density function is reviewed. A typology of linear dynamic systems is developed, extending that for individual dynamic equations. Alternative models of systems are derived from three operations on systems, namely, contemporaneous and intertemporal transforms, and conditioning. Methods for analysing econometric systems are discussed.
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