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Online clustering of parallel data streams

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Online clustering of parallel data streams
In recent years, the management and processing of so-called data streams has become a topic of active research in several fields of computer science such as, e.g., distributed systems, database systems, and data mining. A data stream can roughly be thought of as a transient, continuously increasing sequence of time-stamped data. In this paper, we consider the problem of clustering parallel streams of real-valued data, that is to say, continuously evolving time series. In other words, we are interested in grouping data streams the evolution over time of which is similar in a specific sense. In order to maintain an up-to-date clustering structure, it is necessary to analyze the incoming data in an online manner, tolerating not more than a constant time delay. For this purpose, we develop an efficient online version of the classical K-means clustering algorithm. Our method's efficiency is mainly due to a scalable online transformation of the original data which allows for a fast com...
Jürgen Beringer, Eyke Hüllermeier
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Type Journal
Year 2006
Where DKE
Authors Jürgen Beringer, Eyke Hüllermeier
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