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Analytical method for parameterizing the random profile components of nanosurfaces imaged by atomic force microscopy.
The functional properties of many technological surfaces in biotechnology, electronics, and mechanical engineering depend to a large degree on the individual features of their nanoscale surfaceExpand
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STOCHASTIC VARIABILITY IN X-RAY EMISSION FROM THE BLACK HOLE BINARY GRS 1915+105
We examine stochastic variability in the dynamics of X-ray emission from the black hole system GRS 1915+105, a strongly variable microquasar commonly used for studying relativistic jets and theExpand
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Flicker noise spectroscopy and its application: Information hidden in chaotic signals (review)
Fundamentals of flicker noise spectroscopy (FNS), a general phenomenological approach to analyzing dynamics and structure of complex nonlinear systems by extracting information contained in chaoticExpand
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Analysis of cross-correlations in electroencephalogram signals as an approach to proactive diagnosis of schizophrenia
We apply flicker-noise spectroscopy (FNS), a time series analysis method operating on structure functions and power spectrum estimates, to study the clinical electroencephalogram (EEG) signalsExpand
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Analysis of biomedical signals by flicker-noise spectroscopy: Identification of photosensitive epilepsy using magnetoencephalograms
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The flicker-noise spectroscopy (FNS) approach is used to determine the dynamic characteristics of neuromagnetic responses by analyzing the magnetoencephalographic (MEG) signals recorded as the response of a group of control human subjects and a patient with photosensitive epilepsy to equiluminant flickering stimuli of different color combinations. Expand
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Science of complexity: Phenomenological basis and possibility of application to problems of chemical engineering
The basic principles of flicker-noise spectroscopy, a new method of analysis of chaotic time and space series, are presented. This method can be considered the phenomenological basis of the currentlyExpand
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Identification of earthquake precursors in the hydrogeochemical and geoacoustic data for the Kamchatka peninsula by flicker-noise spectroscopy
Abstract. A phenomenological systems approach for identifying potential precursors in multiple signals of different types for the same local seismically active region is proposed based on theExpand
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Informative Essence Of Chaos
Flicker‐Noise Spectroscopy (FNS) as a new phenomenological approach for extracting information hidden in chaotic signals is presented. According to FNS, the information is stored in sequences ofExpand
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