Résumé : A marked point process is a series of events generated along
the time which is accompanied with some additional information. Examples
of the marked point processes include trades in foreign exchange
markets, earthquake activities, and times at which a neuron fires an
action potential. Calculating a distance between two time windows of a
given marked point process is the first step to analyze it from the
viewpoint of nonlinear dynamics.
In this talk, I would like to introduce a new faster algorithm for the
distance computation, and show its validity through preliminary
numerical experiments. I also discuss the median computation problem.
This talk is based on my recent joint work with Prof. Yoshito Hirata
(Univ. of Tokyo, Japan).
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