- Correlation Integral
- The probability that two points are within a certain distance from one another. Used in the calculation of the correlation dimension.
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- Correlation Integral
- The probability that two points are within a certain distance from one another. Used in the calculation of the correlation dimension.
__Bloomberg Financial Dictionary__

*Financial and business terms.
2012.*

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