Acronym: CIDType: Whole SeriesYear: 2014Publication: DAMI

Description: Batista $et\:al.$ describe a means of weighting a distance measure to compensate for differences in the complexity in the two series being compared. Any measure of complexity can be used, but Batista $et\:al.$ recommend the simple expedient of using the sum of squares of the first differences (see Algorithm 3). CID is evaluated with ED and DTW. We use the latter measure. For consistency with the published algorithm, window size for DTW is set using cross validation of DTW distance (rather than CID).
Source Code: Complexity-Invariant Distance Code
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