Predictability of rogue events.

@article{Birkholz2015PredictabilityOR,
  title={Predictability of rogue events.},
  author={Simon Birkholz and C Br{\'e}e and Ayhan Demircan and G{\"u}nter Steinmeyer},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2015},
  volume={114 21},
  pages={
          213901
        }
}
Using experimental data from three different rogue wave supporting systems, determinism, and predictability of the underlying dynamics are evaluated with methods of nonlinear time series analysis. We included original records from the Draupner platform in the North Sea as well as time series from two optical systems in our analysis. One of the latter was measured in the infrared tail of optical fiber supercontinua, the other in the fluence profiles of multifilaments. All three data sets exhibit… 

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