Indexing Values of Time Sequences

@inproceedings{Lin1996IndexingVO,
  title={Indexing Values of Time Sequences},
  author={Ling Lin and Tore Risch and Martin Sk{\"o}ld and Dushan Z. Badal},
  booktitle={CIKM},
  year={1996}
}
A time sequence is a discrete sequence of values, e.g. temperature measurements, varying over time. Conventional indexes for time sequences are built on the time domain and cannot deal withinverse queries on a time sequence (i.e. computing the times when the values satisfy some conditions). To process an inverse query the entire time sequence has to be scanned. This paper presents a dynamic indexing technique on the value domain for large time sequences which can be implemented using regular… CONTINUE READING

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