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Temporal Process Discovery in Many Guises

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Timing is everything. Neurons fire in time-locked fashion to propagate signals and form memories. The cell division cycle, the process by which an adult cell divides into two daughter cells, is carefully orchestrated by rises and decays of regulating protein concentrations. Engineered systems, like data centers, also involve temporal coordination. A few months back, the music service had to shut down temporarily due to overheating in its data center. Dynamically starting chillers, shutting them down, and commissioning new ones is critical to keeping such services running continually. The dynamics of important temporal processes can now be automatically reconstructed from data.

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Computer  (Volume:42 ,  Issue: 8 )