Forcing Function Effects on Nonlinear Trajectories
Effects of imposing a sinusoidal acoustic and visual forcing function at various frequencies onto an EEG process are examined in terms of various indices of the nonlinear dynamics. Conjoint use of four methods of data analysis; Lyapunov exponents, the entropic analogue of the Schwarzian derivative, surrogate distributions, and higher-order kernel analyses in the time domain, is illustrated. Local epochs with unstable dynamics are identified on very short series.
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