The UCR Suite: Funded by NSF IIS - 1161997 II.
This webpage was build in support of the UCR Suite; Software that enables ultrafast subsequence search under both Dynamic Time Warping (DTW) and Euclidean Distance (ED). The work first appeared in a SIGKDD 2012 paper. Best paper award winner.
We observe that UCR-Suite wins in exact query answering and on hard queries.. Echihabi et al, VLDB 2019.
Recent optimizations on DTW similarity search (the UCR Suite) can make this entire operation feasible in real time. Stuart Russell et al CHI 2013
The UCR Suite was developed by :
UC Riverside: Thanawin Rakthanmanon, Bilson Campana, Abdullah Mueen, Qiang Zhu, Jesin Zakaria, Eamonn Keogh
University of Sao Paulo: Gustavo Batista
Brigham and Women's Hospital: Brandon Westover
Authors Rakthanmanon, Campana, Mueen and Batista contributed equally, and should be consider joint first authors.
How fast is the UCR-Suite? It
depends on the data, query length, query shape, hardware, warping
constraint etc. However, to a first degree approximation:
Here we show we can search a day-long ECG tracing in 35 seconds under DTW, using a single core.
Using the same query, we can search a year of ECG (8,518,554,188 datapoints) in 18 minutes using a multi-core machine.
Thus we can search 256Hz signals about thirty thousand times faster than real time.
Here we show we can support very long queries. We search for a query of length 72,500 in 21,435,268 datapoints in 18 seconds.
How does changing the width of the warping effect the speed-up? See here for the numbers,
however, in brief, it makes very little difference. Over the range of 0
to 15, which would include the best accuracy setting for the vast
majority of the UCR archive problems, the difference is bearly