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Séminaire MODAL'X : Camille Frévent (Université de Lille)

Publié le 7 janvier 2024 Mis à jour le 7 janvier 2024

Recent advances for the analysis of spatial functional data


le 11 janvier 2024

13h30 - 14h30

Bâtiment Maurice Allais (G)

Bâtiment Allais (G), salle Modal'X
Plan d'accès
Abstract :

In recent years, spatial analysis of functional data has received growing interest.
This talk will be divided into two parts, each focusing on a different aspect of spatial analysis of functional data.

The first part will introduce a novel approach to spatial cluster detection of functional data.
This approach is based on the use of spatial scan statistics, and is particularly useful in environmental surveillance: Given the known adverse health effects of pollutants, it is crucial to identify and locate environmental black spots.
Three new test statistics have been proposed and evaluated through a simulation study. These statistics were then applied to detect environmental black spots in northern France.

Moving onto the second part of the talk, a new approach to the autoregressive spatial functional model will be presented.
This approach is based on the notion of signature, which represents a function as an infinite series of its iterated integrals and can be applied to a wide range of processes.
The estimation problem of the model will be discussed, and the new approach will be compared to the traditional autoregressive spatial functional model through a simulation study.

Mis à jour le 07 janvier 2024