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A bayesian approach to temporal data clustering using the hidden markov model methodology

@inproceedings{Li2000ABA,
  title={A bayesian approach to temporal data clustering using the hidden markov model methodology},
  author={Cen Li and G. Biswas},
  year={2000}
}
  • Cen Li, G. Biswas
  • Published 2000
  • Computer Science
  • Most real world systems are dynamic in nature. A typical approach to understanding the behavior of dynamic systems and the complex phenomena associated with them is to build and analyze models of the system behavior. In some well studied domains, for example engineering systems and speech recognition applications, there exists sufficient knowledge to construct detailed models of significant phenomena. But in many other domains, such as economics, the stock market, and medical applications, this… CONTINUE READING
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