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    Extracting Knowledge From Time Series: An Introduction to Nonlinear Empirical Modeling

    ISBN-10: 3642264824
    ISBN-13: 9783642264825
    Edition: 2010
    Author(s): Boris P. Bezruchko, Dmitry A. Smirnov
    Description: This book addresses the fundamental question on how to construct mathematical models for the evolution of dynamical systems from experimentally obtained time series.Emphasis is on chaotic signals and nonlinear modeling, with the aim to obtain a  More...
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    Copyright Year: 2010
    Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. KG
    Publication Date: 11/5/2012
    Binding: Paperback
    Pages: 410
    Size: 8.66" wide x 61.02" long x 92.52" tall
    Weight: 1326.6
    Language: English

    This book addresses the fundamental question on how to construct mathematical models for the evolution of dynamical systems from experimentally obtained time series.Emphasis is on chaotic signals and nonlinear modeling, with the aim to obtain a quantitative measure for the forecast of future system evolution. In particular, the reader will learn how to construct difference and differential model equations depending on the amount of a priori information that is available on the system in addition to the experimental data sets.This book will benefit graduate students and researchers from all natural sciences alike, who seek a self-contained and thorough introduction to this subject.

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