Locating lines among scattered points
Consider a process of events on a line L, where, for the most part, the events occur randomly in both time and location. A scatterplot of the pair that represents position on the line, and occurrence time, will resemble a bivariate stochastic point process in a plane, P say. If, however, some of the points on L arise through a more regular phenomenon which travels along the line at an approximately constant speed, creating new points as it goes, then the corresponding points in P will occur...[Show more]
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