Visualizing multimodal big data anomaly patterns in higher-order feature spaces
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- 26th International Conference on Systems Engineering, ICSEng 2018 - Proceedings, 2019
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© 2018 IEEE. The world today, as we know it, is profuse with information about humans and objects. Datasets generated by cyber-physical systems are orders of magnitude larger than their current information processing capabilities. Tapping into these big data flows to uncover much deeper perceptions into the functioning, operational logic and smartness levels attainable has been investigated for quite a while. Knowledge Discovery Representation capabilities across mutiple modalities holds much scope in this direction, with regards to their information holding potential. This paper investigates the applicability of an arithmetic tool Tensor Decompositions and Factorizations in this scenario. Higher order datasets are decomposed for Anomaly Pattern capture which encases intelligence along multiple modes of data flow. Preliminary investigations based on data derived from Smart Grid Smart City Project are compliant with our hypothesis. The results proved that Abnormal patterns detected in decomposed Tensor factors encompass deep information energy content from Big Data as efficiently as other Pattern Extraction and Knowledge Discovery frameworks, while salvaging time and resources.
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