Manifestation of Chaos in Real Complex Systems: Case of Parkinson's Disease

  title={Manifestation of Chaos in Real Complex Systems: Case of Parkinson's Disease},
  author={Renat M. Yulmetyev and Sergey A. Demin and Peter Hānggi},
  journal={arXiv: Medical Physics},
In this chapter we present a new approach to the study of manifestations of chaos in real complex system. Recently we have achieved the following result. In real complex systems the informational measure of chaotic chatacter (IMC) can serve as a reliable quantitative estimation of the state of a complex system and help to estimate the deviation of this state from its normal condition. As the IMC we suggest the statistical spectrum of the non-Markovity parameter (NMP) and its frequency behavior… 
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