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The only possible exception is the rightmost segment, which can have an even number of segments if the original time series had an odd length. Since this happens multiple times for SWAB, it is eﬀectively searching a slight larger search space. 5. Conclusions and Future Directions We have seen the ﬁrst extensive review and empirical comparison of time series segmentation algorithms from a data mining perspective. We have shown the most popular approach, Sliding Windows, generally produces very poor results, and that while the second most popular approach, TopDown, can produce reasonable results, it does not scale well.
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