
Definition of Time series
1. Noun. A series of values of a variable at successive times.
Definition of Time series
1. Noun. (statistics) A set of data points, each of which represents the value of the same variable at different times, normally at uniform intervals ¹
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Literary usage of Time series
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Profiting from Chaos: Using Chaos Theory for Market Timing, Stock Selection by Tonis Vaga (1994)
"With time series data, the order in which measurements are recorded is of particular
... Two assumptions are normally made in time series analysis. ..."
2. Metaphysics: A Study in First Principles by Borden Parker Bowne (1882)
"The members of a spaceseries can coexist, but the members of a timeseries are
mutually exclusive. This is the great difference between the two series; ..."
3. The Cumulative Book Index by H.W. Wilson Company (1911)
"$1. '10. Newson. Story the crocus told. Hill, EM *J1; bds. «33c. Story time. bds.
60c. '10. Cassell. Storytime series, bds. ea, 60c. Cassell. Uplook pub. ..."
4. Psychology: General Introduction by Charles Hubbard Judd (1907)
"A percept is always in the time series, but it is always in that portion of the
time series which we call the present. It will, accordingly, be appropriate ..."
5. Psychology: General Introduction by Charles Hubbard Judd (1907)
"A percept is always in the time series, but it is always in that portion of the
time series which we call the present. It will, accordingly, be appropriate ..."
6. A Realistic Universe: An Introd. to Metaphysics by John Elof Boodin (1916)
"So with the answer to the question: What are the differentia of a time series?
The answer is: A time series is a series in which contents keep passing out ..."
7. Pricing Behavior in Philippine Corn Markets: Implications for Market Efficiency by Meyra Sebello Mendoza, Mark W. Rosegrant (1995)
"A bivariate timeseries model is employed in analyzing the dynamics and efficiency
of information in the spatial integration of Philippine corn markets. ..."
8. The New Idealism by May Sinclair (1922)
"And we can imagine a form of consciousness entirely concerned with such events.
ii The seventh case, the reversible time series, is no more than an ..."