Calcul fonctionnel et séries chronologiques

Bernard Charles; Roch Roy

Statistique et analyse des données (1980)

  • Volume: 5, Issue: 1, page 33-49
  • ISSN: 0750-7364

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Charles, Bernard, and Roy, Roch. "Calcul fonctionnel et séries chronologiques." Statistique et analyse des données 5.1 (1980): 33-49. <>.

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AU - Roy, Roch
TI - Calcul fonctionnel et séries chronologiques
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PB - Association pour la statistique et ses illustrations
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