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The Time Warp is a Dance done by the actors and often the audience in the Movie Rocky Horror Picture show. The dance is preformed by locking your knees together and then trusting your pelvis in and out and then rotating it around.

This dance is traditionally done at the front of the theater under the screen, and recreates the actors movements on screen

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Time Warp - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (346 words)
The Time Warp is a dance featured in the cult film The Rocky Horror Picture Show, performed during the chorus of the song of the same name.
The song is both an example and a parody of the dance song genre in which much of the content of the song is given over to dance step instructions.
Although the cinema disbanded, the tradition remains to teach new freshman the Time Warp and dance it to the Cal Marching Band's rendition of the song at the orientation programs over the summer.
Time warp supplement (6596 words)
Dynamic time warping is a variety of time series alignment algorithm developed originally for speech recognition in the 1970s (Sakoe and Chiba, 1978; Velichko and Zagoruyko, 1970).
In the text of the article, we show that time warping produces alignments that are expected given the series being compared, and explore the impacts of numbers of genes and measurement noise on the stability and quality of alignments.
In fact, the warping of the elu half series exhibits a perfect non-alignment: the entire first half of the series is compexed against the first time point of the second half, and then the second half series is compexed against the last first half time point (see Half series alignments).
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