Semi-supervised time series classification

  title={Semi-supervised time series classification},
  author={Li Wei and Eamonn J. Keogh},
The problem of time series classification has attracted great interest in the last decade. However current research assumes the existence of large amounts of labeled training data. In reality, such data may be very difficult or expensive to obtain. For example, it may require the time and expertise of cardiologists, space launch technicians, or other domain specialists. As in many other domains, there are often copious amounts of unlabeled data available. For example, the PhysioBank archive… CONTINUE READING
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