How to find out which system leads the other by using CRPs

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How to find out which system leads the other by using CRPs

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In order to find out which system drives the other, from the CRP you could compute a RQA measure defined diagonal-wise (i.e. not for the entire RP but only for the kth diagonal parallel to the LOI), e.g. RR(k). The measure RR(k) or RR(-k) means the recurrence density in the diagonal above or below the LOI (with distance k from the LOI). The variable k hat the meaning of a time lag.

Then calculate a symmetry

Q(k) = ( RR(k) + RR(-k) ) / 2

and an asymmetry measure

q(k) = ( RR(k) - RR(-k) ) / 2.

The graph of both measures over the time lag k shows whether both systems are coupled/synchronised and which system leads the other. These measures can also be calculated from the other RQA measures.

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This plot shows these proposed symmetry and asymmetry measures derived from RR(k) for two coupled Roessler oscillators. The maxima of the (A) symmetry measure at lag 0.3 reveals the lag-coupling, and (B) the negative value of the asymmetry measure athe the same lag reveals that the second system leads the first one.

I got this idea by reading
Quian Quiroga et al, Event synchronization: A simple and fast method to measure synchronicity and time delay patterns, PRE 66, 041904, 2002

Perhaps someone find it useful. 8)

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Re: How to find out which system leads the other by using CR

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I am not clear about your answer here. Also an image is already gone. Could you explain to me again? :D ... Please

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Re: How to find out which system leads the other by using CR

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You can find these information in our Physics Reports paper.
N. Marwan, M. C. Romano, M. Thiel, J. Kurths: Recurrence Plots for the Analysis of Complex Systems, Physics Reports, 438(5-6), 237-329, 2007

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