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by Norbert
Wed Feb 15, 2006 13:52
Forum: Comparability
Topic: VRA and RQA software
Replies: 7
Views: 22973

Thank you very much. But I would like to know whether there are numerical differences in the results between both programmes.
by Norbert
Mon Feb 6, 2006 10:48
Forum: Applications
Topic: Recurrence Analysis and Lottery Prediction
Replies: 6
Views: 21831

Reply to lottery prediction

It does not make any difference to consider either the numbers or the balls itself. Why the drawn numbers would be independent? Because the drawn balls are independent. Which ball will be drawn is determined really by chance. A lottery machine is not such a simple system what you supposed. Moreover,...
by Norbert
Mon Jan 16, 2006 06:57
Forum: Recurrence Plot Workshop
Topic: Next RP workshop
Replies: 9
Views: 17664

It would be nice to organise the next meeting in Sienna. Do you have any news, Angelo? However, I don't think that we have to push it at the moment, because we should organise it for 2007. Or is there an urgent reason to do it this year?

Norbert
by Norbert
Mon Jan 16, 2006 06:54
Forum: Applications
Topic: Recurrence Analysis and Lottery Prediction
Replies: 6
Views: 21831

Lottery prediction

In Lottery, each chosen number will be independed from each other. Therfore, I have my doubts to have any success to predict lottery numbers. How you would use a recurrence analysis for that problem? I'm really curious to see your solution. Do you have any first findings?

Norbert
by Norbert
Thu Jan 5, 2006 16:20
Forum: Available Software
Topic: Commandline Recurrence Plots
Replies: 4
Views: 8577

Commandline Recurrence Plots

The bunch of free available software for computing RPs and their quantifications was extended by a commandline version, which is fast and can handle long data series. It includes the most recent developed RQA measures and can be used in batch processes. It can be found at http://www.agnld.uni-potsda...
by Norbert
Thu Jan 5, 2006 16:14
Forum: Available Software
Topic: Fast plugin for the CRP toolbox
Replies: 1
Views: 7254

Fast plugin for the CRP toolbox

SInce version 5 of the CRP toolbox for Matlab, a fast, pre-compiled plugin is available (based on the commandline recurrence plot programme written in C++). If installed, the CRP toolbox will automatically use this plugin. It provides a much faster computation of RPs and their quantification and ena...
by Norbert
Wed Jan 4, 2006 14:57
Forum: Comparability
Topic: VRA and RQA software
Replies: 7
Views: 22973

VRA and RQA software

Did anyone compare the results of the VRA software of Eugene Kononov and the RQA software of Chuck Webber? Are there differences?
by Norbert
Wed Jan 4, 2006 12:24
Forum: Bibliography
Topic: New publications
Replies: 5
Views: 19788

New publications

To maintain the bibliography about recurrence plot related work is rather time consuming. Moreover, I don't have access to several journals and I cannot have the full overview over every work. Therefore, it would be nice if you could support me by submitting the bibliographical entry about articles ...
by Norbert
Wed Jan 4, 2006 12:16
Forum: Comparability
Topic: CRP toolbox and Webber's RQA software
Replies: 1
Views: 7894

CRP toolbox and Webber's RQA software

The RQA measures derived from the CRP toolbox and Webber's software are different by using the default settings, because they use other approaches of normalisation of the data. The RQA software uses a specific normalisation of the computed distance matrix, whereas the CRP toolbox uses either no norm...
by Norbert
Wed Jan 4, 2006 11:33
Forum: Recurrence Plot Workshop
Topic: Next RP workshop
Replies: 9
Views: 17664

Next RP workshop

During the last workshop we decided to repeat such meetings regularly. At the moment we are still looking for a nice meeting place. Ideas were Chicago or somewhere in Italy.

Best regards,
Norbert