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A nice, if overpriced, book, but not one that you need to keep, unlike Ramsay and Silverman's "Functional Data Analysis" (FDA). AFDA elaborates several examples introduced in FDA. The examples cover about 60% of FDA's material: smoothing is given much less space than in FDA, and regression (cf. FDA's Chapters 12-15) is left out. If you are choosing between the two books, go for FDA.
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