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Apprentissage non supervisé de séries temporelles à l'aide des k-means et d'une nouvelle méthode d'agrégation de séries

@inproceedings{Gaudin2005ApprentissageNS,
  title={Apprentissage non supervis{\'e} de s{\'e}ries temporelles {\`a} l'aide des k-means et d'une nouvelle m{\'e}thode d'agr{\'e}gation de s{\'e}ries},
  author={R. Gaudin and N. Nicoloyannis},
  booktitle={EGC},
  year={2005}
}
A transformer for measuring current flowing through a conductor includes a U-shaped housing which is adapted to be received about the conductor. A closure member is secured by a sliding hinge assembly to one distal end of the housing, and is adapted to be latched between the distal ends. Within the housing a plurality a U-shaped core laminations are disposed in adjacent laminated groups. The closure member includes a plurality of laminated groups which are disposed to interleave with the distal… Expand
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