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Identification of chimera using machine learning

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Title
Identification of chimera using machine learning
Author(s)
M. A. Ganaie; Saptarshi Ghosh; Naveen Mendola; M. Tanveer; Sarika Jalan
Publication Date
2020-06
Journal
CHAOS, v.30, no.6, pp.063128
Publisher
AMER INST PHYSICS
Abstract
© 2020 Author(s). Chimera state refers to the coexistence of coherent and non-coherent phases in identically coupled dynamical units found in various complex dynamical systems. Identification of chimera, on one hand, is essential due to its applicability in various areas including neuroscience and, on the other hand, is challenging due to its widely varied appearance in different systems and the peculiar nature of its profile. Therefore, a simple yet universal method for its identification remains an open problem. Here, we present a very distinctive approach using machine learning techniques to characterize different dynamical phases and identify the chimera state from given spatial profiles generated using various different models. The experimental results show that the performance of the classification algorithms varies for different dynamical models. The machine learning algorithms, namely, random forest, oblique random forest based on Tikhonov, axis-parallel split, and null space regularization achieved more than 96 % accuracy for the Kuramoto model. For the logistic maps, random forest and Tikhonov regularization based oblique random forest showed more than 90 % accuracy, and for the Henon map model, random forest, null space, and axis-parallel split regularization based oblique random forest achieved more than 80 % accuracy. The oblique random forest with null space regularization achieved consistent performance (more than 83 % accuracy) across different dynamical models while the auto-encoder based random vector functional link neural network showed relatively lower performance. This work provides a direction for employing machine learning techniques to identify dynamical patterns arising in coupled non-linear units on large-scale and for characterizing complex spatiotemporal patterns in real-world systems for various applications
URI
https://pr.ibs.re.kr/handle/8788114/7806
DOI
10.1063/1.5143285
ISSN
1054-1500
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