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Keywords:
continuous time process; regression function estimation; conditional distribution function
Summary:
We consider two continuous time processes; the first one is valued in a semi-metric space, while the second one is real-valued. In some sense, we extend the results of F. Ferraty and P. Vieu in ``Nonparametric models for functional data, with application in regression, time-series prediction and curve discrimination'' (2004), by establishing the convergence, with rates, of the generalized regression function when a real-valued continuous time response is considered. As corollaries, we deduce the convergence of the conditional distribution function as well as conditional quantiles. Note that a parametric rate of convergence in probability is reached while working with a naive kernel.
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