The 2013 findings are based on #recurrence_plot analysis.
Shout out to the @firstname.lastname@example.org community at @email@example.com #netsci2022 thanks to Naoki Masuda @ComplexSystemsG@twitter.com
Detecting Correlations in Desynchronized Chaotic Chimera States https://doi.org/10.1142/S0218127422300129
Efficient computation of recurrence quantification analysis via microstates https://doi.org/10.1016/j.amc.2022.127175
Open analysis code is a strong (& the best) predictor for successful reproduction of published results: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0749596X22000195?via%3Dihub#f0010
While sharing human data sometimes can be difficult, I see no reason not to share the code.
Great paper by Laurinavichyute, Yadav & @ShravanVasishth@twitter.com.
Early Warning Signals in Phase Space: Geometric Resilience Loss Indicators From Multiplex Cumulative Recurrence Networks
Using a well-known data set (Wichers & Groot), I show rec nets don't require data aggregation & can be used in real-time
Studying the effect of direction and strength of magnetic field on fluidization of nanoparticles by recurrence analysis https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apt.2022.103561
Multiscale Laplacian graph kernel features combined with tree deep convolutional neural network for the detection of ECG arrhythmia https://doi.org/10.1016/j.bspc.2022.103639
First pure NODDS Lab publication on “Transformation cost spectrum for irregularly sampled time series” is available! We propose an alternative method to interpolation to regularize time series with less damage.
#recurrence_plot in Wolfram demonstrations project:
The next CTCS seminar will feature Prof. Katharina Krischer of @TU_Muenchen@twitter.com who will discuss the cascade from synchronization to turbulence in network of oscillators. Hope to see you on 28 March. Register at: http://ctcs-iitm.com.
This month's CTCS lecture will be delivered by Dr. Louis Pecora of @USNRL@twitter.com on 28 February. Dr. Pecora will discuss the use of reservoir computing for predicting the evolution of dynamical systems. You can register for free at: https://ctcs-iitm.com/blog/. See you all there!
oh, the y-axis is broken. no idea why. here the correct one:
I’m surprised that a default implementation Python has the slowest performance compared to MATLAB, R, or Julia (calculating #recurrence_plot and #recurrence_quantification_analysis) in contrast @firstname.lastname@example.org #pyunicorn is incredibly fast.
Recurrence plots and recurrence quantification analysis
The original server operated by the Mastodon gGmbH non-profit