Summarizing Event Sequences with Serial Episodes: A Statistical Model and an Application

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Mitra, Soumyajit; Sastry, P S;
(2019)
  • Subject: Statistics - Machine Learning | Computer Science - Machine Learning

In this paper we address the problem of discovering a small set of frequent serial episodes from sequential data so as to adequately characterize or summarize the data. We discuss an algorithm based on the Minimum Description Length (MDL) principle and the algorithm is ... View more
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