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[P] Subsequence to sequence prediction LSTM / stacked LSTM

[P] Subsequence to sequence prediction LSTM / stacked LSTM

Hi :),

I’m currently on a project, where I’m trying to predict the next value of a sequence.

The data looks as follows:

y: the value to predict is captured ones a day.

x: there is an input sequence of around 2000 timesteps for every day

I would like to predict the next day’s value of y, i.e. y_{t+1}. However y_{t+1} is assumed to be not only dependent on the values of x but also on the history of y, i.e. y_t, y_{t-1}, y_{t-n}. I’m wondering how I could implement this idea in a LSTM-structure.

My idea is a network that looks like that:

https://i.redd.it/b9x7k87nw3631.png

Does that make sense or am I on the wrong track there?

How would you implement such a model in Keras? My idea was to make a network that looks like: x -> TimeDistributed(LSTM1) -> LSTM2 -> y

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