Wavelets in functional data analysis: Estimation of multidimensional curves and their derivatives
A wavelet-based method is proposed to obtain accurate estimates of curves in more than one dimension and of their derivatives. By means of simulation studies, this novel method is compared to another locally-adaptive estimation technique for multidimensional functional data, based on free-knot regression splines. This comparison shows that the proposed method is particularly attractive when the curves to be estimated present strongly localized features. The multidimensional wavelet estimation method is thus applied to multi-lead electrocardiogram records, where strongly localized features are indeed expected.
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- Laura M. Sangalli & Piercesare Secchi & Simone Vantini & Alessandro Veneziani, 2009. "Efficient estimation of three-dimensional curves and their derivatives by free-knot regression splines, applied to the analysis of inner carotid artery centrelines," Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series C, Royal Statistical Society, vol. 58(3), pages 285-306.
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