Detecting smooth changes in locally stationary processes

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VOGT, Michael, Holger DETTE, 2013. Detecting smooth changes in locally stationary processes

@unpublished{Vogt2013Detec-26413, title={Detecting smooth changes in locally stationary processes}, year={2013}, author={Vogt, Michael and Dette, Holger} }

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