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|Title:||Detection and handling outliers in longitudinal data: wavelets decomposition as a solution||Authors:||Benghoul, Maroua
|Issue Date:||2022||Publisher:||Taylor & Francis Inc||Abstract:||Wavelets analysis has become a powerful mathematical tool to decompose a series and to provide its frequent and temporal features. Despite the fact that many researchers have begun testing this approach on financial and economic data to detect and treat outliers, it still not widely applied for longitudinal data. Therefore, this article proposes two algorithms for improving the accuracy of outlier detection in longitudinal data using Wavelets Decomposition, namely, Wavelets Decomposition for Outliers Detection and Handling across Subjects (WDODHAS), and Wavelets Decomposition for Outliers Detection and Handling within Subjects (WDODHWIS). The results show that Wavelets Decomposition is capable of detecting and handling outliers without erasing them, as well as highlighting hypothetical scenarios when these observations cannot be handled.||URI:||https://doi.org/10.1080/03610918.2022.2050389
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