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By Kung-Sik Chan, Howell Tong

This booklet discusses dynamical structures which are normally pushed via stochastic dynamic noise. it's written through statisticians basically for the statistically vulnerable readers. It covers a few of the contributions made by means of the statisticians some time past 20 years or so in the direction of our figuring out of estimation, the Lyapunov-like index, the nonparametric regression, etc, a lot of that are encouraged by means of their dynamical method opposite numbers yet have now bought a different statistical flavor.

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