Stock time series pattern matching: Template-based vs. rule-based approaches

@article{Fu2007StockTS,
  title={Stock time series pattern matching: Template-based vs. rule-based approaches},
  author={Tak-Chung Fu and Korris Fu-Lai Chung and Robert Wing Pong Luk and Chak-man Ng},
  journal={Eng. Appl. of AI},
  year={2007},
  volume={20},
  pages={347-364}
}
One of the major duties of financial analysts is technical analysis. It is necessary to locate the technical patterns in the stock price movement charts to analyze the market behavior. Indeed, there are two main problems: how to define those preferred patterns (technical patterns) for query and how to match the defined pattern templates in different resolutions. As we can see, defining the similarity between time series (or time series subsequences) is of fundamental importance. By identifying… CONTINUE READING
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