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On Ordered Fuzzy Numbers Generated By Time Series.

  title={On Ordered Fuzzy Numbers Generated By Time Series.},
  author={C. Gast and Rachel Lunde Traylor},
  journal={arXiv: Statistics Theory},
This paper proposes a new trapezoidal ordered fuzzy number representation of windowed time series based on the idea of a Japanese candlestick to those previously proposed in the literature. We define and illustrate several descriptive statistics based on the information contained in the ordered fuzzy numbers. We utilize financial trading data from three automotive companies as a case study. Further expansion can be applied to any other forms of time series data to offer further insight into… 

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