time-series analysis


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time-series analysis

[′tīm ‚sir·ēz ə‚nal·ə·səs]
(mathematics)
The general study of mathematical systems or processes analogous to that of data taken at time intervals.
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This technique for undertaking a time-series analysis was suggested by Box and Jenkins, and is often referred to as the ARIMA (autoregressive integrated moving average) model (Box & Jenkins, 1976).
Time-series analysis has found uses in the important-and potentially lucrative--intersection of engineering and medicine.
Chapter 2 is about linear time-series analysis and applications, introducing AR, MA, and ARMA models.
Regression and time-series analysis are predictive methods that systematically and mathematically provide the best-fitting expectation for the available data.
Time-series analysis developed by Box and Jenkins, has garnered wide reception in enrollment forecasting.
Williams and Liebhold (1995) argue that time-series analysis of population census data (Royama 1977, 1981, 1992, Berryman 1978, 1991, 1994, Turchin 1990, 1991, Turchin and Taylor 1992) can give rise to spurious diagnosis of second-order feedback effects (delayed density dependence).
As opposed to cross-sectional studies, time-series analysis (of states) isolates the influence of cultural and institutional differences, dissimilar socio-economic conditions, and expenditures arising from military conflicts.
Daily time-series analysis showed a positive association of Lp-PLA2 mass levels with particle mass [PM.
The author notes that the introduction of the time-series analysis approach to modeling dynamic economic relations in the 1980s has radically changed the way of dealing with time series observations in econometrics.
In addition, an 11-year comparative interrupted time-series analysis is being used to strengthen the place-based random assignment design.
We used time-series analysis and linear regression to investigate the relationship between the annual Nino-3 index from 1980 to 1998 and the annual incidence of visceral leishmaniasis (VL) in the State of Bahia, Brazil, during 1985-1999.