Report on the First and Second Interdisciplinary Time Series Analysis Workshop (ITISA)

Themis Palpanas, Volker Beckmann
2019 SIGMOD record  
The analysis of time-series data associated with modernday industrial operations and scientific experiments is now pushing both computational power and resources to their limits. In order to analyze the existing and (more importantly) future very large time series collections, new technologies and the development of more efficient and smarter algorithms are required. The two editions of the Interdisciplinary Time Series Analysis Workshop brought together data analysts from the fields of
more » ... science, astrophysics, neuroscience, engineering, electricity networks, and music. The focus of these workshops was on the requirements of different applications in the various domains, and also on the advances in both academia and industry, in the areas of time-series management and analysis. In this paper, we summarize the experiences presented in and the results obtained from the two workshops, highlighting the relevant state-ofthe-art-techniques and open research problems.
doi:10.1145/3377391.3377400 fatcat:bwlnr4bi3zd4lagtacev5ao4sm