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Change-point detection for multivariate and non-Euclidean data with local dependency

@article{Chen2019ChangepointDF,
  title={Change-point detection for multivariate and non-Euclidean data with local dependency},
  author={Hao Chen},
  journal={arXiv: Methodology},
  year={2019}
}
  • Hao Chen
  • Published 5 March 2019
  • Computer Science, Mathematics
  • arXiv: Methodology
In a sequence of multivariate observations or non-Euclidean data objects, such as networks, local dependence is common and could lead to false change-point discoveries. We propose a new way of permutation -- circular block permutation with a random starting point -- to address this problem. This permutation scheme is studied on a non-parametric change-point detection framework based on a similarity graph constructed on the observations, leading to a general framework for change-point detection… 

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