Re: [R] clustering

From: Aleš Žiberna <ales.ziberna_at_guest.arnes.si>
Date: Sat 14 May 2005 - 18:41:58 EST

Did you thought of clustering with restriction that in each cluster, time periods must all be "connected"?

> Hi Every body,
> In order to deal with nonstationary problem in time series, may be
> firstly clustering algorithms are used to partition time series .Then
> another algorithm is used to predict future value based on segmented data
> in the second phase. Using clustering algorithms , the "time structure and
> arrangement" of time series is confused. We have some partitions including
> data unrelated to the time at hand. A question which arises here is that:
> lossing the time arrangement of time series is not a new problem? can we
> forecast the future based on segmented confused clusters? What am i
> missing?
>
> Have a nice
> Amir
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