Perhaps the greatest test of any theory is not so much how it was derived, but how it works. Here we apply the theory as developed in the preceding chapters to a number of specific examples including: NMR signals, economic time series, and Wolf’s relative sunspot numbers. Also, we examine how multiple measurements affect the analysis.
KeywordsPosterior Probability Discrete Fourier Transform Sunspot Number Noise Variance Single Frequency
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