Tensor Decompositions in Multimodal Big Data: Studying Multiway Behavioral Patterns

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Springer Nature
Publication Type:
Chapter
Citation:
Smart Innovations in Engineering and Technology, 2020, 1, 15 pp. 1 - 296
Issue Date:
2020
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Preset day cyber-physical systems (CPS) are the confluence of very large data sets, tight time constraints, and heterogeneous hardware units, ridden with latency and volume constraints, demanding newer analytic perspectives. Their system logistics can be well-defined by the data-streams’ behavioural trends across various modalities, without numerical restrictions, favouring resource-saving over methods of investigating individual component features and operations. The aim of this paper is to demonstrate how behaviour patterns and related anomalies comprehensively define a CPS. Tensor decompositions are hypothesized as the solution in the context of multimodal smart-grid-originated Big Data analysis. Tensorial data representation is demonstrated to capture the complex knowledge encompassed in these data flows. The uniqueness of this approach is highlighted in the modified multiway anomaly patterns models. In addition, higher-order data preparation schemes, design and implementation of tensorial frameworks and experimental-analysis are final outcomes.
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