Sequentia is a collection of machine learning algorithms for performing the classification of isolated sequences.

Each isolated sequence is generally modeled as a section of a longer multivariate time series that represents the entire sequence. Naturally, this fits the description of many types of problems such as:

  • isolated word utterance frequencies in speech audio signals,
  • isolated hand-written character pen-tip trajectories,
  • isolated hand or head gestures positions in a video or motion-capture recording.

Most modern machine learning algorithms won’t work directly out of the box when applied to such sequential data – mostly due to the fact that the dependencies between observations at different time frames must be considered, and also because each isolated sequence generally has a different duration.

Sequentia offers some appropriate classification algorithms for these kinds of tasks.

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