Predicting high-dimensional heterogeneous time series employing generalized local states

24 Feb 2021  ·  Sebastian Baur, Christoph Räth ·

We generalize the concept of local states (LS) for the prediction of high-dimensional, potentially mixed chaotic systems. The construction of generalized local states (GLS) relies on defining distances between time series on the basis of their (non-)linear correlations... We demonstrate the prediction capabilities of our approach based on the reservoir computing (RC) paradigm using the Kuramoto-Sivashinsky (KS), the Lorenz-96 (L96) and a combination of both systems. In the mixed system a separation of the time series belonging to the two different systems is made possible with GLS. More importantly, prediction remains possible with GLS, where the LS approach must naturally fail. Applications for the prediction of very heterogeneous time series with GLSs are briefly outlined. read more

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Data Analysis, Statistics and Probability Chaotic Dynamics Computational Physics