A comparative study of the recurrence properties of time series and two-dimensional spatial data is performed by means of Recurrence Quantification Analysis. The recent extension to distributed data of methods based on recurrences reveals new insights improving the performances of the approach for the analysis of complex spatial patterns. Indeed, the measures determinism and entropy provide significant information about the small and large scale characterization of the patterns allowing for a better connection to the physical properties of the spatial system under investigation.

Mocenni, C., Facchini, A., & Vicino, A. (2011). Comparison of recurrence quantification methods for the analysis of temporal and spatial chaos. MATHEMATICAL AND COMPUTER MODELLING, 53, 1535-1545 [10.1016/j.mcm.2010.04.008].

Comparison of recurrence quantification methods for the analysis of temporal and spatial chaos

MOCENNI, CHIARA;FACCHINI, ANGELO;VICINO, ANTONIO
2011

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A comparative study of the recurrence properties of time series and two-dimensional spatial data is performed by means of Recurrence Quantification Analysis. The recent extension to distributed data of methods based on recurrences reveals new insights improving the performances of the approach for the analysis of complex spatial patterns. Indeed, the measures determinism and entropy provide significant information about the small and large scale characterization of the patterns allowing for a better connection to the physical properties of the spatial system under investigation.
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