Given the time series X(t), the embedding dimension E, and the time lag tau, the embedding coordinates are defined as X(t), X(t + tau), ... , X(t + (E - 1)*tau). This function can be used to estimate the time lag tau using a variety of statistical methods.
a vector containing a uniformly-sampled real-valued time series.
character string denoting the method to use in estimating the time delay. Supported methods are:
a logical value. If
Currently, there exists no single method which yields an optimal time lag estimation although there are some basic criteria that are used: if the lag is chosen too small, the coordinates will be too highly correlated and the embedding will cluster tightly around the diagonal in the phase space. If the lag is chosen too large, the resulting coordinates may be almost uncorrelated and the resulting embedding may become unduly complicated, even if the underlying attractor is not. The goal is to find a lag which falls in-between these scenarios.
In addition the autocorrelation-based methods this function supports an estimation method based on the time-delayed mutual infomation (TDMI), which can be thought of as a nonlinear generalization of the autocorrelation function. For a random process X(t) the TDMI, I(tau), is a measure of the information about X(t+tau) contained in X(t). The first nadir of I(tau) gives the delay, tau0, such that X(t+tau0) adds maximal information to that already known from X(t). This tau0 is returned as an estimate of the proper time lag for a delay embedding of the given time series.
an integer representing the the estimated time lag.
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