RT @GuillChevance@twitter.com

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


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

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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

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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

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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.

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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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