I'm trying to find a good model, and I wanted to find a process that fits. The Poisson process almost fits, but unfortunately the independence assumption is too strong for my data. Is there a similar process that has a parameter (or several) that allow for points to attract or repel others, like zeta zeros?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I've never been good with statistics, so there could be a very simple process I've overlooked, I don't know.

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# Continuous-time processes with attraction?

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