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Information Theoretic Measures to Infer Feedback Dynamics in Coupled Logistic Networks

Allison Goodwell, Praveen Kumar
2015 Entropy  
Metrics used to detect synchronization and time dependencies between nodes include variance and correlation measures [5, 6, 9] , information theory measures [2, 3] , convergent cross mapping [11] , coupling  ...  How well do information theory measures capture imposed network dynamics? When a time dependent link is identified, is it critical in terms of network function, or redundant with other interactions?  ...  Allison Goodwell performed the analysis. Both authors have read and approved the final manuscript. Conflicts of Interest The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/e17117468 fatcat:i5zfi2x7irgendqjufncruk3ju

Information Decomposition in the Frequency Domain: a New Framework to Study Cardiovascular and Cardiorespiratory Oscillations [article]

Luca Faes, Riccardo Pernice, Gorana Mijatovic, Yuri Antonacci, Jana Cernanova Krohova, Michal Javorka, Alberto Porta
2020 bioRxiv   pre-print
by time-domain information measures, as well as coupling features which are not detectable by spectral measures.  ...  While cross-spectral and information-theoretic approaches are widely used for the multivariate analysis of physiological time series, their combined utilization is far less developed in the literature.  ...  denoting net redundancy is detectable (green area around 0.4 Hz).  ... 
doi:10.1101/2020.10.14.338939 fatcat:rdvd7g74q5gs5nypk37ittfoou

Testing for nonlinearity in weather records

Milan Paluš, Dagmar Novotná
1994 Physics Letters A  
Daily records of atmospheric surface pressure, temperature and geopotential heights of 500 hPa isobaric level were tested for nonlinearity, the necessary condition for deterministic chaos, using redundancy  ...  in the dynamics of the pressure recording, however, no specific signatures of low-dimensional chaos were manifest.  ...  Simulation experiments, involving networks of coupled dynamical systems, related to the models studied in the atmospheric physics, could be of interest here.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0375-9601(94)91002-2 fatcat:bmrbesrqpves5mdygjsfk3ct3e

From nonlinearity to causality: statistical testing and inference of physical mechanisms underlying complex dynamics

Milan Paluš
2007 Contemporary physics (Print)  
The concept is further generalized for detection of directional interactions, or causality in bivariate time series.  ...  for nonlinearity in atmospheric dynamics, solar cycle and brain signals.  ...  For lags larger than a few days there is only a weak linear dependence, as measured by the linear redundancy (Fig. 11a) and reflected in the surrogates, but the (nonlinear) redundancy detects a clear  ... 
doi:10.1080/00107510801959206 fatcat:nkjopm5pdzbyvnofzmyfbj3nia

Area, Delay and Power Analysis of Built in Self Repair Using 2-D Redundancy

Aman Kumar Sabnani, Balwinder Singh
2015 International Journal of VLSI Design & Communication Systems  
To repair embedded memories in SOC, Built in self-repair techniques are used by firstly detecting, then locating and in the end repairing the memory.  ...  In this paper six BISR are designed using six different March algorithms as MBIST then compared altogether.  ...  Faults namely SAF (stuck at fault), TF (transition fault), CF (coupling fault), ADF (address decoder fault), RF (retention fault), LF (linked fault), can be easily detected using March LR algorithm.  ... 
doi:10.5121/vlsic.2015.6503 fatcat:yb6k5oy46jcpnhxzdrtlefpasq

Synergy and redundancy in the Granger causal analysis of dynamical networks

Sebastiano Stramaglia, Jesus M Cortes, Daniele Marinazzo
2014 New Journal of Physics  
Second, our analysis applied to gene expression time series from HeLa culture shows that the underlying regulatory networks are characterized by both redundancy and synergy.  ...  Whilst we show that fully conditioned Granger causality is not affected by synergy, the pairwise analysis fails to put in evidence synergetic effects.  ...  The driving influence from the multiplet to x 5 detected by CGC vanishes at high coupling redundancy, both in the linear and nonlinear approach, due to the redundancy induced by synchronization.  ... 
doi:10.1088/1367-2630/16/10/105003 fatcat:5evtcnqedzgphjfcn2fnzkyqem

Editorial

Vishwani D. Agrawal
2009 Journal of electronic testing  
The idea they put forward is that the delay of a path depends upon the dynamic coupling of it's interconnects with those of other paths.  ...  Redundancy is used but the overhead is kept low. The final contribution in this issue is a JETTA Letter by Fernáandez of the Polytechnic University of Catalunya in Spain.  ...  The idea they put forward is that the delay of a path depends upon the dynamic coupling of it's interconnects with those of other paths.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10836-009-5111-9 fatcat:4uumniivwnazxb4ubdnfezmqii

The Process Quality Control Method Based on Coupling Machining Sensor Network

Liping Zhao, Guangzhou Diao, Yiyong Yao
2014 International Journal of Distributed Sensor Networks  
To monitor the dynamic changes of process quality and reduce the quality fluctuation in machining process, a process quality control method based on coupling machining sensor network (CMSN) is proposed  ...  Finally, a case study is provided to verify the feasibility of proposed method, in which Monte Carlo simulation is used to produce required quality data.  ...  Suppose that ⟨ ⟩ is the upper limit of redundancy ; if ≥ ⟨ ⟩, it indicates that the th sensor is a common one, which can be used to detect other variables.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2014/213040 fatcat:6ailuk6rlzgv5kv5yysocb4ipy

Detecting nonlinearity and phase synchronization with surrogate data

M. Palus, D. Hoyer
1998 IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine  
Thus, for possible and useful to investigate detection of nonlinearity we do not need dependencies among lagged series; i.e., to to exhibit or describe the underlying evaluate redundancies of the type  ...  Information-theoretic functionals (redundancies) are used as the test statistics.  ...  His current research interests include the d ynamic nonlinear analysis of the autonomic nervous system and cerebral electrophysiological processes with regard to pathophysiologically disturbed functioning  ... 
doi:10.1109/51.731319 pmid:9824760 fatcat:5tmiijd4nbckjhopa5ofcrmuwe

From Model, Signal to Knowledge: A Data-Driven Perspective of Fault Detection and Diagnosis

Xuewu Dai, Zhiwei Gao
2013 IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics  
The use of the frequency analysis of vibration and current signals has been heavily researched to detect bearing, stator, rotor and eccentricity faults.  ...  The consistence-check engine in turn depends on the type of data available and the form of information redundancy.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tii.2013.2243743 fatcat:kph6f6kysnabtpyvgtm5w563ra

Inferring the directionality of coupling with conditional mutual information

Martin Vejmelka, Milan Paluš
2008 Physical Review E  
Numerical experiments in detecting coupling directionality are performed using chaotic oscillators, where the influence of the phase extraction method and relative frequency ratio is investigated.  ...  In this paper, we discuss a nonparametric method for detecting the directionality of coupling based on the estimation of information theoretic functionals.  ...  Cross redundancies based on correlation integrals The term redundancy is frequently used as a synonym for multidimensional mutual information in the context of dynamical systems.  ... 
doi:10.1103/physreve.77.026214 pmid:18352110 fatcat:6s3l5vxwmnd7hjfnagflm4fqve

Measuring High-Order Interactions in Rhythmic Processes through Multivariate Spectral Information Decomposition

Yuri Antonacci, Ludovico Minati, Davide Nuzzi, Gorana Mijatovic, Riccardo Pernice, Daniele Marinazzo, Sebastiano Stramaglia, Luca Faes
2021 IEEE Access  
We show theoretically that synergy and redundancy can coexist at different frequencies among the output signals of a network system and can be detected only using the proposed spectral method.  ...  Many complex systems in physics, biology and engineering are modeled as dynamical networks and described using multivariate time series analysis.  ...  The observation of coupling patterns dependent on the time scale motivates our frequency-specific analysis of interaction effects.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2021.3124601 fatcat:gxb5ay77ine3jh2echpyz23smu

Practical View of Redundancy Management Application and Theory

Stephen Osder
1999 Journal of Guidance Control and Dynamics  
., “Fault Diagnosis in Dynamic Systems, Using Analytical and Knowledge Based Redundancy ...  ...  Among other applications, an important use for UAVs is sub- scale (or full-scale) flight testing and analysis, especially in condi- tions characterized by time-varying and highly nonlinear dynamics.  ... 
doi:10.2514/2.4363 fatcat:fzpf6h4eazewpmry6v6fym3sq4

Collision Detection, Identification, and Localization on the DLR SARA Robot with Sensing Redundancy

Maged Iskandar, Oliver Eiberger, Alin Albu-Schaffer, Alessandro De Luca, Alexander Dietrich
2021 2021 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA)  
In this work, an extended momentumbased disturbance observer is presented which includes the sensing redundancy related to additional force-torque measurements.  ...  The performance of the approach is experimentally validated on the SARA robot, the new generation of DLR lightweight robots, involving high resolution force-torque sensors in a redundant arrangement.  ...  Furthermore, the analysis conducted here will be restricted to the DLR lightweight robot SARA [28] , which is designed with a fully integrated force-torque sensing redundancy and intended for highly dynamic  ... 
doi:10.1109/icra48506.2021.9561677 fatcat:h34qeaj45rcxpa76j76dsaqukm

Normalization by second order graphs: A visual alternative to simplify systems

Edward Muñoz Garro
2020 e-Ciencias de la Información  
dependencies by their axiomatic nature.  ...  As a result, a support tool has been provided to analyze complex systems naturally, by breaking cycles and detecting patterns, without interfering with existing models; however, for large systems it can  ...  Redundancies are classified as Coupled and Cyclical.  ... 
doi:10.15517/eci.v11i1.38790 fatcat:skp3swlmwvhi5max4ordkbmnpm
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