Roaster VII/VIII, Bandana Castor, and Effiou [🇷 for BE/BA]

posted by ElMaestro  – Denmark, 2024-04-04 14:30 (44 d 01:00 ago) – Posting: # 23934
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Hi Hötzi,


❝ Try this one:


   model      r.sq  r.sq.adj

 Pearson 0.6732094        NA

  simple 0.4532110 0.4415771

  nested 0.8685853 0.8598244


This would amount to a perfect corr. in other algorithms. Using an approach not unlike jackkniving you can simply do a "shift N time points, then correlate" and iterate over N, or use a subset of N consecutive points from one vector and correlate with N consecutive points from the other vector while starting at position a in vector 1 and starting at position b in the other vector. You'd then iterate over N, a and b. In R, these things take a lot of time, but in C it is really fast. Like a speed gain of a factor 10000 etc.
Detection algos called Roaster VII/VIII, Bandana Castor, and Effiou etc would take care of these cases and a lot of other (possibly imaginary?) stuff, too. No publication detailing these approaches yet; might do it if or when the time is right.

Pass or fail!
ElMaestro

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