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time series

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(Statistics) statistics a series of values of a variable taken in successive periods of time
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Noun1.time series - a series of values of a variable at successive times
statistics - a branch of applied mathematics concerned with the collection and interpretation of quantitative data and the use of probability theory to estimate population parameters
statistic - a datum that can be represented numerically
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Singular Spectrum Analysis (SSA) has been successfully applied to extract the trend and periodic signals from a time series without prior knowledge (Broomhead and King, 1986; Vautard and Ghil, 1989; Golyandina et al., 2001).
A time series is a set of data that is sequentially observed over time.
Time series models are often used in hydrology studies to model streamflow series in order to make predictions and to generate synthetic series which are inputs for the analysis of complex water resources systems (see, for example, Salas et al., 1980, 1982; Hosking, 1984; Hipel& McLeod, 1994; Montanari et al., 1997; Hasebe et al., 2000).
The reason for this is that industrial machine learning must leverage the data generated by machines and production systems, which means that it has to be able to deal with time series data.
* In time series analysis exponential smoothing methods are popular because they are straightforward and the whole forecasting procedure can happen automatically [2].
A time series is a sequence of real-valued signals that are measured at successive time intervals [1, 2].
Biomedical signal analysis requires accurate quantification of the system state to distinguish between normal and pathological function or to predict the future state of the system using only short time series data that may only last a few seconds.
ABSTRACT: This study focuses on forecasting of stock prices for Flying Cement Company using Time Series analysis using Autoregressive Integrated Moving Average (ARIMA) model,.
For this aim, three exponential smoothing methods, Holt, Brown and Damped Trend were executed to economically model the time series data.
This book explains introductory time series analysis, presenting models and methods with examples, as well as features of realizations from various models and the use and interpretation of results based on the models.
However, a gap exists in these studies as they neglect the set of prices of agricultural products to favor structure capturing in the study time series (HASSANI & MAHMOUDVAND, 2013).