In my thesis, I consider the problem of detecting typical episodes in event sequences. In contrast with the most popular thread within this theme, I detect an episode, that is already known.
At the introduction of the work, I give a review of the importance of the current area, and I introduce the first thoughts about the formalism and the application, that I going to make. After that, I write a summary of the related work in the current area.
In the rest of the thesis I describe my framework and formalism, that are capable for defining the most act of an everyday life easily, with the require flexible in it. I explain the algorithms, made upon my formalism, which makes us capable to detect the episode in an event sequence. At the end of this part I make a review about my application, that helps to define an episode upon my formalism, and can find the pattern in a sequence, according some parameters.
At the end of the thesis, I make some tests, with the data, made by the daily activity simulator on the department. During the tests I examine the points of the resource-usage, depends on some parameters.
The very end of my thesis I present some extension ideas, in the current area.