Nonlinear techniques for forecasting solar activity directly from its time series

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StatementS. Ashrafi and L. Roszman, J. Cooley.
SeriesNASA-TM -- 107946., NASA technical memorandum -- 107946.
ContributionsRoszman, L., Cooley, J., Goddard Space Flight Center.
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