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Some features of the López-Ruiz-Mancini-Calbet (LMC) statistical measure of complexity

- C. Anteneodo, A. Plastino
- Physics
- 16 December 1996

Abstract We discuss some aspects of a statistical measure of complexity recently introduced by Lopez-Ruiz, Mancini and Calbet (LMC) [Phys. Lett. A 209 (1995) 321]. By means of a numerical procedure… Expand

Breakdown of Exponential Sensitivity to Initial Conditions: Role of the Range of Interactions

- C. Anteneodo, C. Tsallis
- Physics
- 15 June 1998

Within a microcanonical scenario we numerically study an N-sized linear chain classical inertial XY model including ferromagnetic couplings which decrease with distance as r (a $ 0). We show that for… Expand

Additive-multiplicative stochastic models of financial mean-reverting processes.

- C. Anteneodo, R. Riera
- Mathematics, MedicinePhysical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 22 February 2005

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Bridging stylized facts in finance and data non-stationarities

- S. Camargo, S. M. Duarte Queirós, C. Anteneodo
- Mathematics, Economics
- 13 February 2013

Employing a recent technique which allows the representation of nonstationary data by means of a juxtaposition of locally stationary paths of different length, we introduce a comprehensive analysis… Expand

Nonextensive statistical mechanics and economics

- C. Tsallis, C. Anteneodo, L. Borland, Roberto Osorio
- Mathematics, Computer ScienceArXiv
- 16 January 2003

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Poissonian bursts in e-mail correspondence

- C. Anteneodo, R. Malmgren, D. Chialvo
- Mathematics, Physics
- 7 July 2009

AbstractRecent work has shown that the distribution of inter-event times for e-mail
communication exhibits a heavy tail which is statistically consistent with a
cascading Poisson process. In this… Expand

Risk aversion in economic transactions

- C. Anteneodo, C. Tsallis, A. Martinez
- Economics, Physics
- 11 September 2001

Most people are risk-averse (risk-seeking) when they expect to gain (lose). Based on a generalization of ``expected utility theory'' which takes this into account, we introduce an automaton mimicking… Expand

How does public opinion become extreme?

- Marlon Ramos, Jia Shao, +4 authors H. Makse
- Computer Science, MedicineScientific reports
- 15 December 2014

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Unraveling the fluctuations of animal motor activity.

- C. Anteneodo, D. Chialvo
- Physics, MedicineChaos
- 14 April 2009

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Carboxyl groups at the membrane interface as molecular targets for local anesthetics.

- S. Louro, C. Anteneodo, E. Wajnberg
- Chemistry, MedicineBiophysical chemistry
- 4 August 1998

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