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B\'ezier interpolation improves the inference of dynamical models from data

@inproceedings{Shimagaki2022BezierII,
  title={B\'ezier interpolation improves the inference of dynamical models from data},
  author={Kai Shimagaki and John P. Barton},
  year={2022}
}
Many dynamical systems, from quantum many-body systems to evolving populations to financial markets, are described by stochastic processes. Parameters characterizing such processes can often be inferred using information integrated over stochastic paths. However, estimating time-integrated quantities from real data with limited time resolution is challenging. Here, we propose a framework for accurately estimating time-integrated quantities using Bézier interpolation. We applied our approach to… 

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