[Cite as http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/DE140100387]
Researchers Dr Guangyan Huang;
Brief description Many data streams change periodically, such as vital physiological parameters (for example, heart rate, arterial pressure and respiratory impedance) and seasonal environmental data streams (for example, temperature and turbidity of river water). However, the querying of periodic data streams faces great challenges, including the issue of critical signals being generally buried within massive data while critical changes between similar wave shapes are difficult to recognise due to shifting, scaling and noise. This project will develop new mining algorithms to resolve these challenges by segmenting periodic wave shapes, discovering shape patterns and shape changes, and summarising raw data streams so that the summarised data can directly answer various user queries for efficiency.
Funding Amount 349179
Funding Scheme Discovery Early Career Researcher Award