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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"Interrupted Time-Series Analysis And Its Application To Behavioral Data," Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis 133 (4) (1980): 543-559.
The application of time-series analysis and filters is a very useful exercise for practitioners.
Similar results have been reported in the time-series analysis based on Belarussian data from the period 1970-2005 (Razvodovsky 2008).
New Values: 1004,1128,1074,1091,833,994,1001,994,1104,1066 Applying Time-Series Analysis
Another time-series analysis examined the relationship between the frequency of local DTCA for cyclooxygenase-2 (COX-2) inhibitors and prescriptions for COX-2 inhibitors in the corresponding months.
Cohen's time-series analysis of a century of New York Times coverage of the president forcefully documents the downward trend in presidential news, while also finding statistically significant relationships between cable penetration and major presidential addresses on the amount of presidential news.
After reaching almost 40 per cent in voting intentions at the beginning of the campaign, the Conservatives seemed to lose ground, finishing at 33 per cent (the forecast from the time-series analysis).
* Innovative uses of longitudinal panels, information documents, and time-series analysis to study the impact of the U.S.
Time-series analysis, for example, measures a system at discrete time intervals, then plugs all those readings--which can number in the tens of thousands--into a database.
However, a second study, which used time-series analysis to determine whether the institution of a universal influenza immunization program was associated with subsequent GBS hospital admissions, showed no statistically significant increase.
Time-series analysis is a ground topic of traditional interest for readers dealing with economic phenomena in progress and "asset valuation over time." Analysis of Financial Time Series is a good example of a class-tested book, and--if you have the requested background--a fully readable volume: a textbook of financial econometrics.
Time-series analysis techniques were applied to obtain chaos parameters.