Computational Approaches for Time Series Analysis and Prediction. Data-Driven Methods for Pseudo-Periodical Sequences.
|dc.description.abstract||Time series data mining is one branch of data mining. Time series analysis and prediction have always played an important role in human activities and natural sciences. A Pseudo-Periodical time series has a complex structure, with fluctuations and frequencies of the times series changing over time. Currently, Pseudo-Periodicity of time series brings new properties and challenges to time series analysis and prediction. This thesis proposes two original computational approaches for time series analysis and prediction: Moving Average of nth-order Difference (MANoD) and Series Features Extraction (SFE). Based on data-driven methods, the two original approaches open new insights in time series analysis and prediction contributing with new feature detection techniques. The proposed algorithms can reveal hidden patterns based on the characteristics of time series, and they can be applied for predicting forthcoming events. This thesis also presents the evaluation results of proposed algorithms on various pseudo-periodical time series, and compares the predicting results with classical time series prediction methods. The results of the original approaches applied to real world and synthetic time series are very good and show that the contributions open promising research directions.||en|
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|dc.subject||Time series analysis and prediction||en|
|dc.title||Computational Approaches for Time Series Analysis and Prediction. Data-Driven Methods for Pseudo-Periodical Sequences.||en|
|dc.publisher.institution||University of Bradford||eng|
|dc.publisher.department||School of Computing, Informatics & Media||en|