Entropy in Natural Time and the Associated Complexity Measures
AbstractNatural time is a new time domain introduced in 2001. The analysis of time series associated with a complex system in natural time may provide useful information and may reveal properties that are usually hidden when studying the system in conventional time. In this new time domain, an entropy has been defined, and complexity measures based on this entropy, as well as its value under time-reversal have been introduced and found applications in various complex systems. Here, we review these applications in the electric signals that precede rupture, e.g., earthquakes, in the analysis of electrocardiograms, as well as in global atmospheric phenomena, like the El Niño/La Niña Southern Oscillation. View Full-Text
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Sarlis, N.V. Entropy in Natural Time and the Associated Complexity Measures. Entropy 2017, 19, 177.
Sarlis NV. Entropy in Natural Time and the Associated Complexity Measures. Entropy. 2017; 19(4):177.Chicago/Turabian Style
Sarlis, Nicholas V. 2017. "Entropy in Natural Time and the Associated Complexity Measures." Entropy 19, no. 4: 177.
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