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A procedure that converts one time series into another. A simple example is a moving average, which, because it is a linear combination of the terms in the time series, is described as a linear filter. A filter that removes short-term random fluctuations is called a low-pass filter, and one that removes long-term fluctuations is called a high-pass filter.

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