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Multiple Alignment of Continuous Time Series

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Multiple Alignment of Continuous Time Series
Multiple realizations of continuous-valued time series from a stochastic process often contain systematic variations in rate and amplitude. To leverage the information contained in such noisy replicate sets, we need to align them in an appropriate way (for example, to allow the data to be properly combined by adaptive averaging). We present the Continuous Profile Model (CPM), a generative model in which each observed time series is a non-uniformly subsampled version of a single latent trace, to which local rescaling and additive noise are applied. After unsupervised training, the learned trace represents a canonical, high resolution fusion of all the replicates. As well, an alignment in time and scale of each observation to this trace can be found by inference in the model. We apply CPM to successfully align speech signals from multiple speakers and sets of Liquid Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry proteomic data. 1 A Profile Model for Continuous Data When observing multiple time series...
Jennifer Listgarten, Radford M. Neal, Sam T. Rowei
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Type Conference
Year 2004
Where NIPS
Authors Jennifer Listgarten, Radford M. Neal, Sam T. Roweis, Andrew Emili
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