Topological portraits of multiscale coordination dynamics

  title={Topological portraits of multiscale coordination dynamics},
  author={Mengsen Zhang and W. Kalies and J. Kelso and E. Tognoli},
  journal={Journal of neuroscience methods},
Living systems exhibit complex yet organized behavior on multiple spatiotemporal scales. To investigate the nature of multiscale coordination in living systems, one needs a meaningful and systematic way to quantify the complex dynamics, a challenge in both theoretical and empirical realms. The present work shows how integrating approaches from computational algebraic topology and dynamical systems may help us meet this challenge. In particular, we focus on the application of multiscale… Expand
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