# Aditi KathpaliaInstitute of Computer Science of the Czech Academy of Sciences

Aditi Kathpalia

PhD

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## Publications

Publications (26)

Compressed sensing is a scheme that allows for sparse signals to be acquired, transmitted, and stored using far fewer measurements than done by conventional means employing the Nyquist sampling theorem. Since many naturally occurring signals are sparse (in some domain), compressed sensing has rapidly seen popularity in a number of applied physics a...

Compressed sensing is a scheme that allows for sparse signals to be acquired, transmitted and stored using far fewer measurements than done by conventional means employing Nyquist sampling theorem. Since many naturally occurring signals are sparse (in some domain), compressed sensing has rapidly seen popularity in a number of applied physics and en...

Compression-Complexity Causality (CCC) is a recently proposed causality detection method for time series data. It employs complexity estimation techniques based on lossless data-compression algorithms. Along with being formulated as an ‘interventional’ scheme of causality estimation, it overcomes several limitations of traditional causality estimat...

To predict and determine the major drivers of climate has become even more important now as climate change poses a big challenge to humankind and our planet earth. Different studies employ either correlation, causality methods or modelling approaches to study the interaction between climate and climate forcing variables (anthropogenic or natural)....

Coding time series of continuous variables into a sequence of discrete symbols using the ordinal patterns (OP thereafter) of C. Bandt and B. Pompe opened new research avenues in many areas of mathematics, physics, statistics and computer science. OP coding strongly influenced the intersection of information theory and dynamical systems due to the r...

Distinguishing cause from effect is a scientific challenge resisting solutions from mathematics, statistics, information theory and computer science. Compression-Complexity Causality (CCC) is a recently proposed interventional measure of causality, inspired by Wiener–Granger’s idea. It estimates causality based on change in dynamical compression-co...

Distinguishing cause from effect is a scientific challenge resisting solutions from mathematics, statistics, information theory and computer science. Compression-Complexity Causality (CCC) is a recently proposed interventional measure of causality, inspired by Wiener–Granger’s idea. It estimates causality based on change in dynamical compression-co...

Discovering cause-effect from observational data is an important but challenging problem in science and engineering. In this work, a recently proposed brain inspired learning algorithm namely-\emph{Neurochaos Learning} (NL) is used for the classification of cause-effect from simulated data. The data instances used are generated from coupled AR proc...

The science of causality explains/determines 'cause-effect' relationship between the entities of a system by providing mathematical tools for the purpose. In spite of all the success and widespread applications of machine-learning (ML) algorithms, these algorithms are based on statistical learning alone. Currently, they are nowhere close to 'human-...

Detection of the temporal reversibility of a given process is an interesting time series analysis scheme that enables the useful characterisation of processes and offers an insight into the underlying processes generating the time series. Reversibility detection measures have been widely employed in the study of ecological, epidemiological and phys...

Determining and measuring cause-effect relationships is fundamental to most scientific studies of natural phenomena. The notion of causation is distinctly different from correlation which only looks at the association of trends or patterns in measurements. In this article, we review different notions of causality and focus especially on measuring c...

Inspired by chaotic firing of neurons in the brain, we propose ChaosNet—a novel chaos based artificial neural network architecture for classification tasks. ChaosNet is built using layers of neurons, each of which is a 1D chaotic map known as the Generalized Luröth Series (GLS) that has been shown in earlier works to possess very useful properties...

Determining and measuring cause-effect relationships is fundamental to most scientific studies of natural phenomena. The notion of causation is distinctly different from correlation which only looks at association of trends or patterns in measurements. In this article, we review different notions of causality and focus especially on measuring causa...

Inspired by chaotic firing of neurons in the brain, we propose ChaosNet -- a novel chaos based artificial neural network architecture for classification tasks. ChaosNet is built using layers of neurons, each of which is a 1D chaotic map known as the Generalized Luroth Series (GLS) which has been shown in earlier works to possess very useful propert...

Synchronization of chaos arises between coupled dynamical systems and is very well understood as a temporal phenomenon, which leads the coupled systems to converge or develop a dependence with time. In this work, we provide a complementary spatial perspective to this phenomenon by introducing the novel idea of causal stability. We then propose and...

Characterizing consciousness, the inner subjective feeling that is present in every experience, is a hard problem in neuroscience, but has important clinical implications. A leading neuro-scientific approach to understanding consciousness is to measure the complex causal neural interactions in the brain. Elucidating the complex causal interplay bet...

Synchronization of chaos arises between coupled dynamical systems and is very well understood as a temporal phenomena which leads the coupled systems to converge or develop a dependence with time. In this work, we provide a complementary spatial perspective to this phenomenon by introducing the novel idea of causal stability. We then propose and pr...

Causality testing methods are being widely used in various disciplines of science. Model-free methods for causality estimation are very useful, as the underlying model generating the data is often unknown. However, existing model-free/data-driven measures assume separability of cause and effect at the level of individual samples of measurements and...

Research in neuro-biological memory encoding suggests that it takes place through various biophysical and biochemical mechanisms during synaptic transmission of information between neurons. However, there are no mathematical models to explain how these processes result in real-time memory encoding which is compressed and distributed in different ne...

Causality testing methods are being widely used in various disciplines of science. Model-free methods for causality estimation are very useful as the underlying model generating the data is often unknown. However, existing model-free measures assume separability of cause and effect at the level of individual samples of measurements and unlike model...

Causality testing methods are being widely used in various disciplines of science. Model-free methods for causality estimation are very useful as the underlying model generating the data is often unknown. However, existing model-free measures assume separability of cause and effect at the level of individual samples of measurements and unlike model...

Causality testing, the act of determining cause and effect from measurements, is widely used in physics, climatology, neuroscience, econometrics and other disciplines. As a result, a large number of causality testing methods based on various principles have been developed. Causal relationships in complex systems are typically accompanied by entropi...

Estimation of accurate maximum velocities and spectral envelope in ultrasound Doppler blood flow spectrograms are both essential for clinical diagnostic purposes. However, obtaining accurate maximum velocity is not straightforward due to intrinsic spectral broadening and variance in the power spectrum estimate. The method proposed in this work for...

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