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A Multiple Continuous Signal Alignment Algorithm with Gaussian Process Profiles and an Application to Paleoceanography

@article{Lee2019AMC,
  title={A Multiple Continuous Signal Alignment Algorithm with Gaussian Process Profiles and an Application to Paleoceanography},
  author={T. Lee and L. Lisiecki and D. Rand and G. Gebbie and C. Lawrence},
  journal={arXiv: Applications},
  year={2019}
}
  • T. Lee, L. Lisiecki, +2 authors C. Lawrence
  • Published 2019
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
  • arXiv: Applications
  • Aligning signals is essential for integrating fragmented knowledge in each signal or resolving signal classification problems. Motif finding, or profile analysis, is a preferred method for multiple signal alignments and can be classified into two categories, depending on whether the profile is constructive or latent. Existing methods in these categories have some limitations: constructive profiles are defined over finite sets and inferred latent profiles are often too abstract to represent the… CONTINUE READING

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