# Multivariate Time Series Imputation

17 papers with code • 8 benchmarks • 7 datasets

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# Neural Ordinary Differential Equations

Instead of specifying a discrete sequence of hidden layers, we parameterize the derivative of the hidden state using a neural network.

# Latent ODEs for Irregularly-Sampled Time Series

Time series with non-uniform intervals occur in many applications, and are difficult to model using standard recurrent neural networks (RNNs).

# GAIN: Missing Data Imputation using Generative Adversarial Nets

Accordingly, we call our method Generative Adversarial Imputation Nets (GAIN).

# Recurrent Neural Networks for Multivariate Time Series with Missing Values

Multivariate time series data in practical applications, such as health care, geoscience, and biology, are characterized by a variety of missing values.

# ANODE: Unconditionally Accurate Memory-Efficient Gradients for Neural ODEs

ANODE has a memory footprint of O(L) + O(N_t), with the same computational cost as reversing ODE solve.

# BRITS: Bidirectional Recurrent Imputation for Time Series

It is ubiquitous that time series contains many missing values.

# A user-driven case-based reasoning tool for infilling missing values in daily mean river flow records

In this work, we introduce gapIt, a user-driven case-based reasoning tool for infilling gaps in daily mean river flow records.

# Filling the G_ap_s: Multivariate Time Series Imputation by Graph Neural Networks

In particular, we introduce a novel graph neural network architecture, named GRIN, which aims at reconstructing missing data in the different channels of a multivariate time series by learning spatio-temporal representations through message passing.

# SAITS: Self-Attention-based Imputation for Time Series

Missing data in time series is a pervasive problem that puts obstacles in the way of advanced analysis.

# Multiple imputation using chained equations: issues and guidance for practice

Multiple imputation by chained equations (MICE) is a flexible and practical approach to handling missing data.