Elmore, Ryan; Hall, Peter; Troynikov, Vladimir S
An increasing number of statistical problems arise in connection with functional calibration. In each case, inexpensive indirect data in a particular context are combined with direct expensive-to-acquire data from different but related settings to estimate quantities in the former case. Sometimes (e.g., in chemometrics problems where spectroscopic calibration is used) the indirect data are functional. But more commonly, they are scalar or vector-valued, and the functional component is the...[Show more]
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