Apostolos Evgenios Pavlos

Apostolos Evgenios Pavlos
National and Kapodistrian University of Athens | uoa · Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Degree of Physics

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In this study we use theoretical concepts and computational-diagnostic tools of Tsallis non-extensive statistical theory (Tsallis q-triplet: qsen, qrel, qstat), complemented by other known tools of nonlinear dynamics such as Correlation Dimension and surrogate data, Hurst exponent, Flatness coefficient, and p-modeling of multifractality, in order t...
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Within the HESPERIA Horizon 2020 project, two novel real-time tools to predict Solar Energetic Particle (SEP) events were developed. The HESPERIA UMASEP-500 tool makes real-time predictions using a lag-correlation between the soft X-ray (SXR) flux and high-energy differential proton fluxes of the GOES satellite network. We found that the use of pro...
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In this study new theoretical concepts are described concerning the interpretation of economical complex dynamics. In addition a summary of an extended algorithm of nonlinear time series analysis is provided which is applied not only in economical time series but also in other physical complex systems (e.g. [22, 24]). In general, Economy is a vast...
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In this study we present results of the evaluation of q - triplet of Tsallis non-extensive statistics concerning two time stock market time series, Standart & Poor's 500 (S & P) 500 and TVIX. The analysis of the results, support the hypothesis in which economic dynamics from physical point of view correspond to far from equilibrium spatial distribu...
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In this study the general theoretical framework of Complexity theory is presented, viewed through non-extensive statistical theory introduced by Constantino Tsallis in 1988. Nonlinear dynamics, fractional dynamics, thermodynamics and statistical physics constitute the basic elements of Complexity theory which can be applied to processes near, as we...
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In this study results concerning the nonlinear analysis of the ion flux solar wind time series of three shock phenomena, occurred during 24 October 2011, 09 September 2011 and 26 September 2011 correspondingly, as well as the non-extensive statistical theory of Tsallis are presented. In particular, the triplet of Tsallis, as well as the correlation...
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Tsallis q-extension of statistics and fractal generalization of dynamics are two faces of the same physical reality, as well as the Kernel modern complexity theory. The fractal generalization dynamics is based at the multiscale - multifractal characters of complex dynamics in the physical space-time and the complex system's dynamical phase space. T...
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In this study the q-statistics of Tsallis theory is testified in various complex physical systems. Especially the Tsallis q-triplet is estimated for space plasmas atmospheric dynamics and seismogenesis as well as for the brain and cardiac activity. The coincidence of theoretical predictions following after Tsallis theory and experimental estimation...
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This paper presents theoretical and experimental results concerning the hypothesis of spatiotemporal chaos in distributed physical systems far from equilibrium. Modern tools of nonlinear time series analysis, such as the correlation dimension and the maximum Lyapunov exponent, were applied to various time series, corresponding to different physical...

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The identification of the symmetries and fundamental laws which produces the order of information in all genome and generate strange dynamics which is observable and qualitatively measurable based on complexity metrics and Machine Learning models.
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This project combines two independent domains of science, the high throughput DNA sequencing capabilities of Genomics and complexity theory from Physics, to assess the information encoded by the different genomic segments of exonic, intronic and intergenic regions of the Major Histocompatibility Complex (MHC) and identify possible interactive relationships and motifs of information.