Two tools to test time series data for evidence of chaos and/or nonlinearity

Theiler, James
July 1994
Integrative Physiological & Behavioral Science;Jul-Sep94, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p211
Academic Journal
Describes two computer programs for evaluating the evidence for chaos and nonlinearity in time series data. Algorithm for computing the correlation integral; Fourier-transform-based algorithm for generating surrogate data; Null hypothesis that the data arise as a result of a linear stochastic process.


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