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Using Markov Models to Mine Temporal and Spatial Data

Abstract : Markov models represent a powerful way to approach the problem of mining time and spatial signals whose variability is not yet fully understood. In this chapter, we will present a general methodology to mine different kinds of temporal and spatial signals having contrasting properties: continuous or discrete with few or many modalities. This methodology is based on a high order Markov modelling as implemented in a free software: carottAge (Gnu GPL)
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Jean-Francois Mari, Florence Le Ber, El-Ghali Lazrak, Marc Benoît, Catherine Eng, et al.. Using Markov Models to Mine Temporal and Spatial Data. Kimito Funatsu and Kiyoshi Hasegawa. New Fundamental Technologies in Data Mining, Intech, pp.561--584, 2011, 978-953-307-547-1. ⟨inria-00566801⟩

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