Accumulated Time Interval is useful for comparing phase delay between signals with the same nominal frequencies, but when frequencies of individual signals have small constant offset to each other. Time Interval will gradually increase over time and then drop after reaching value equal to signal Period, thus forming a sawtooth like graph. Accumulated Time Interval corrects this by adding or subtracting signal Period to Time Interval values when necessary. Other than that, it is exactly the same measurement as Time Interval Continuous.

Figure 30. Time Interval Continuous of 2 clock signals with constant frequency offset
Figure 31. Accumulated Time Interval of the same clock signals

As can be seen on Figure 26 and Figure 27, Accumulated Time Interval gives much better view on relative clock drift over time.