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Recurrence Plots and Cross Recurrence Plots

Joe Zbilut 2003 in Potsdam

Joe Zbilut

♰ January 10th, 2009

A brilliant and influential scientist with many fresh ideas, support and understanding, who brought forward the idea of the recurrence plot and its quantification so much and made them popular in the scientific world.

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recurrence plot of January insolation

Recurrence plot based methods (e.g. recurrence quantification analysis) are modern methods of nonlinear data analysis.

Here we provide information about recurrence plots, cross and joint recurrence plots as well as their quantification (recurrence quantification analysis, RQA).

The content comes mainly from different works of Norbert Marwan, Mamen Romano and Marco Thiel. You may use the text or figures, but you have to cite this source (www.recurrence-plot.tk) as well as N. Marwan, M. C. Romano, M. Thiel, J. Kurths: Recurrence Plots for the Analysis of Complex Systems, Physics Reports, 438(5-6), 237-329.

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