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However, hierarchi‐ cal methods using (13) yield the expected results, combining sequences X 1, X 2, and X 3be‐ fore the rest of the series. To obtain better insight into the classification process using the proposed distance measure (13), we carried out a second simulation study that involves clustering measures based on other distances (but using the same setup). Observations from models 1-6 were generated using Gaussian white noise sequences for the errors, thereby preserving the same correla‐ tion structure used in the first study.
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