Duality between Time Series and Networks

@inproceedings{Campanharo2011DualityBT,
  title={Duality between Time Series and Networks},
  author={Andriana Susana Lopes de Oliveira Campanharo and M. Irmak Sirer and R. Dean Malmgren and Fernando Manuel Ramos and Lu{\'i}s A. N. u. n. e. s. Amaral},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2011}
}
Studying the interaction between a system's components and the temporal evolution of the system are two common ways to uncover and characterize its internal workings. Recently, several maps from a time series to a network have been proposed with the intent of using network metrics to characterize time series. Although these maps demonstrate that different time series result in networks with distinct topological properties, it remains unclear how these topological properties relate to the… CONTINUE READING
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