# Function of stationary processes

Suppose we have stationary processes $X_1(t), X_2(t),..., X_n(t)$ and let $f_t(X_1(t), X_2(t),..., X_n(t))$ be a continuous function of these stationary processes. Will $f_t(\cdot)$ also be stationary in general?

PS. Not home work, for understanding only.

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$X(n)$ be iid sequence. Let $Y(n)=X(1)$. Then both $X(\cdot)$ and $Y(\cdot)$ are stationary processes. Take $f(x,y)=xy$. This is a continuous function of $x$ and $y$. But $f(X(1),Y(1))=X(1)^2$ and $f(X(2),Y(2))=X(2)X(1)$ and these have different distributions.