Data Standardization Using Hidden Markov
Data Standardization Using Hidden Markov dot net project report (HMM) is a bivariate Markov chain which encodes information about the evolution of a time series. HMMs can faithfully represent workloads for discrete time processes and therefore be used as portable benchmarks to explain and predict the complex behaviour of these processes. Click here to get complete Dot Net projects lists.
This project introduces the main concepts of HMMs for discrete time series including a summary of HMM mathematical properties. A section of this report explains the motives behind cluster analysis and the most efficient selection of the clustering algorithm when creating workload models. In the case of this project, an explanation is provided into the benefits of the K-means clustering algorithm for data points in discrete time.
The main aims we set at the beginning of this project were to apply Data Standardization Using Hidden Markov dot net project report to Flash Memory data and hospital patient arrivals to correctly analyse discrete time series, give meaning to the hidden states and help recreate representative traces. To achieve this, we built portable benchmarks through our HMMs by firstly creating a binned trace of the raw time series.
H/W System Configuration:-
System : Pentium I3 Processor.
Hard Disk : 500 GB.
Monitor : Standard LED Monitor
Input Devices : Keyboard
Ram : 4 GB
S/W System Configuration:-
Operating system : Windows 7/8/10.
Available Coding Language : Dot Net and PHP
Database : MYSQL
|Project Name||Data Standardization Using Hidden Markov|
|Project Category||Dot Net|
|Project Cost||100$/ Rs 7000|
|Delivery Time||48 Hour|
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