Mohammad Shokoohi-Yekta

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The ability to make predictions about future events is at the heart of much of science; so, it is not surprising that prediction has been a topic of great interest in the data mining community for the last decade. Most of the previous work has attempted to predict the future based on the current <i>value</i> of a stream. However, for many problems the(More)
In recent years Dynamic Time Warping (DTW) has emerged as the distance measure of choice for virtually all time series data mining applications. For example, virtually all applications that process data from wearable devices use DTW as a core sub-routine. This is the result of significant progress in improving DTW’s efficiency, together with multiple(More)
The discovery of repeated structure, i.e. motifs/near-duplicates, is often the first step in exploratory data mining. As such, the last decade has seen extensive research efforts in motif discovery algorithms for text, DNA, time series, protein sequences, graphs, images, and video. Surprisingly, there has been less attention devoted to finding repeated(More)
In recent years Dynamic Time Warping (DTW) has emerged as the distance measure of choice for virtually all time series data mining applications. For example, virtually all applications that process data from wearable devices use DTW as a core sub-routine. This is the result of significant progress in improving DTW’s efficiency, together with multiple(More)
Clustering is arguably the most important primitive for data mining, finding use as a subroutine in many higher-order algorithms. In recent years, the community has redirected its attention from the batch case to the online case. This need to support online clustering is engendered by the proliferation of cheap ubiquitous sensors that continuously monitor(More)
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