Hands-On Time-Series Analysis with Matlab
ICDM 2006, Hong-Kong
Michalis Vlachos, Spiros Papadimitriou
IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, Hawthorne, NY, 10532
Tutorial Homepage: http://www.cs.ucr.edu/~mvlachos/ICDM06
Time-series are probably the most prevalent form of data storage and representation in most scientific fields. Examples include industrial or environmental measurements, medical monitoring, stock market analysis, etc. However, in order to efficiently search and explore the ever-increasing amount of collected data, one needs to deploy intelligent techniques for data compression/representation, data organization/pruning and similarity characterization. This tutorial will provide a unified, geometric view of data representation techniques. Furthermore, it will demonstrate how the above tasks can be performed within the environment of the Matlab programming language and software tool, which is easily accessible in many academic institutions.
The tutorial consists of three parts. The first part covers the basics of the Matlab programming language and environment. The second parts provides the basic mathematical tools for time-series representation and analysis. The third part demonstrates how to use Matlab in order to accomplish various time-series analysis and matching techniques, covering a variety of rudimentary and advanced methods. The most influential and state-of-the-art techniques from the most recent data-mining/database conferences will also be explained. Topics that will be addressed include:
By the end of the tutorial the attendees will have a basic understanding of the Matlab language, and how it could be applied for solving various time-series analysis and matching problems.
The goal of this tutorial is to convey basic and advanced time-series/data-mining techniques to its audience. Therefore, this tutorial addresses a wide audience such as:
Supporting videos: [zip]
Origins of Matlab video: [link]
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