Ordinal Patterns, Entropy, and EEG
AbstractIn this paper we illustrate the potential of ordinal-patterns-based methods for analysis of real-world data and, especially, of electroencephalogram (EEG) data. We apply already known (empirical permutation entropy, ordinal pattern distributions) and new (empirical conditional entropy of ordinal patterns, robust to noise empirical permutation entropy) methods for measuring complexity, segmentation and classification of time series. View Full-Text
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Keller, K.; Unakafov, A.M.; Unakafova, V.A. Ordinal Patterns, Entropy, and EEG. Entropy 2014, 16, 6212-6239.
Keller K, Unakafov AM, Unakafova VA. Ordinal Patterns, Entropy, and EEG. Entropy. 2014; 16(12):6212-6239.Chicago/Turabian Style
Keller, Karsten; Unakafov, Anton M.; Unakafova, Valentina A. 2014. "Ordinal Patterns, Entropy, and EEG." Entropy 16, no. 12: 6212-6239.