Smoothing Dynamic Positron Emission Tomography Time Courses Using Functional Principal Components

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Jiang, Ci-Ren ; Aston, John A D ; Wang, Jane-Ling (2009)

A functional smoothing approach to the analysis of PET time course data is presented. By borrowing information across space and accounting for this pooling through the use of a non-parametric covariate adjustment, it is possible to smooth the PET time course data thus r... View more
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