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Machine learning of time series using time-delay embedding and precision annealing

TitleMachine learning of time series using time-delay embedding and precision annealing
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2019
AuthorsTy A.JA, Fang Z., Gonzalez R.A, Rozdeba P.J, Abarbanel H.DI
Volume31
Pagination2004-2024
Date Published2019/10
Type of ArticleArticle
ISBN Number0899-7667
Accession NumberWOS:000485908900005
KeywordsComputer Science; Neurosciences & Neurology
Abstract

Tasking machine learning to predict segments of a time series requires estimating the parameters of a ML model with input/output pairs from the time series. We borrow two techniques used in statistical data assimilation in order to accomplish this task: time-delay embedding to prepare our input data and precision annealing as a training method. The precision annealing approach identifies the global minimum of the action (-log[P]). In this way, we are able to identify the number of training pairs required to produce good generalizations (predictions) for the time series. We proceed from a scalar time series s(tn);tn=t0+n Delta t and, using methods of nonlinear time series analysis, show how to produce a DE>1-dimensional time-delay embedding space in which the time series has no false neighbors as does the observed s(tn) time series. In that DE-dimensional space, we explore the use of feedforward multilayer perceptrons as network models operating on DE-dimensional input and producing DE-dimensional outputs.

DOI10.1162/neco_a_01224
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