RT @GuillChevance@twitter.com

I promise I will make my digestion public and try to share insights progressively in the next weeks

Oh BTW

These methods are interesting too if you want to re decorate your home in a 60/70's mindset 🕺

🐦🔗: twitter.com/GuillChevance/stat

RT @FredHasselman@twitter.com

Interested in the Complex System Approach to Behavioural Science?

Apply for the PhD position “Tipping Points in Treatment Trajectories” and work with @AnnaLichtwarck@twitter.com and myself on new directions for personalized diagnosis and intervention in youth care! twitter.com/annalichtwarck/sta

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RT @SujithRI@twitter.com

Recurrance quantification using proves to be a robust measure in predicting dynamical transitions in nonlinear, real world systems such as combustion systems. Kudos to @SciTobias@twitter.com @VishnuRUnni@twitter.com @pucicu@twitter.com for this paper in @SpringerNature@twitter.com doi.org/10.1007/s11071-021-064

🐦🔗: twitter.com/SujithRI/status/13

Complex systems approaches for Earth system data analysis
(including methods) iopscience.iop.org/article/10. @IOPscience@twitter.com @PIK_Climate@twitter.com

RT @pucicu@twitter.com

If you need an alternative attractor reconstruction (other than time delay embedding), try the new PECUZAL approach: iopscience.iop.org/article/10. @IOPscience@twitter.com

🐦🔗: twitter.com/pucicu/status/1379

RT @pucicu@twitter.com

PhD position available on extreme events impact on complex networks (project Q10):
uni-potsdam.de/en/natriskchang @NatRiskChange@twitter.com @PIK_Climate@twitter.com

🐦🔗: twitter.com/pucicu/status/1376

Reconstruction of time series with missing value using 2D representation-based denoising autoencoder doi.org/10.23919/JSEE.2020.000

RT @TiPES_H2020@twitter.com

New @TiPES_H2020@twitter.com article "Complex systems approaches for Earth system data analysis" @EU_H2020@twitter.com @elfrico@twitter.com @pucicu@twitter.com iopscience.iop.org/article/10.

🐦🔗: twitter.com/TiPES_H2020/status

RT @MartinHTrauth@twitter.com

PAPER ACCEPTED (available online soon): Two types of climate variability in southern Ethiopian during the last ~620 kyrs. Type 2 probably caused a lot more environmental stress for early Homo sapiens in the region than Type 1. @HSPDPinfo@twitter.com @recurrenceplot@twitter.com

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