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The weights of models are updated at each iteration, unlike the original version, where the weights were updated periodically after p iterations. • Modiﬁed version of DWM starts with m prediction models. The original version starts with one model. 2 Dynamic Weighted Majority with Decomposition In addition to the modiﬁed DWM described in previous section, we have proposed further modiﬁcation of this method. The main difference lies in decomposition of the time series. Each part of incoming data stream is represented as a time series that can be further categorized to three types of time series patterns: trend, seasonal and cyclic .
This may correspond in practice to monitoring (or back-monitoring) of selected individual vehicles in road trafﬁc. The universe has thus the form of a Cartesian product U ¼ S1 Â S2 Â . . Â SN ð4Þ consisting of KN N-tuples and the relation Ξ being to be recognized is described by the statement: “x 2Ξ iff x consists of elements representing the same real object” Solution of the problem consists thus in ﬁnding in U all N-tuples ω satisfying a relation Ξ of “representing the same real object”. This needs, ﬁrst of all, establishment the criteria of assigning tracks to ﬁxed, individual objects Two such criteria are Relation Recognition Problems and Algebraic Approach to Their Solution 29 possible: 1st, the similarity of tracks if they present the appearance of real objects, 2nd, proximity of tracks in consecutive snapshots.
Example 1. It is given an Euclidean plane E2 with a system of Cartesian coordinates (u, v). It is taken into consideration an universe U = E2× E2× E2 of triplets of points laying on E2. It is also given a relation Ξ & U described by the predicate: “The triplet of points [Pi, Pj, Pk] constitute vertices of an equilateral triangle”, Let it be given a triplet of points x = [(ui, vi), (uj, vj), (uk, vk)]. Check whether x is a syndrome of Ξ. In this case a direct assessment of logical value of the statement: “[(ui, vi), (uj, vj), (uk, vk)] constitute vertices of an equilateral triangle” is impossible.