Functional data analysis, Advanced Statistics

The analysis of data which are the functions observed continuously, for instance, functions of time. Basically a collection of statistical techniques or methods for answering questions like 'in what manner do the curves in the sample differ?', using information on the curves like slopes and curvature.

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