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Topical Collection "Wavelets, Fractals and Information Theory"
A topical collection in Entropy (ISSN 1099-4300). This collection belongs to the section "Multidisciplinary Applications".Viewed by 39575
Interests: numerical and computational methods; mathematical physics; nonlinear systems; artificial intelligence
Special Issues, Collections and Topics in MDPI journals
Special Issue in Entropy: Wavelets, Fractals and Information Theory II
Special Issue in Entropy: Wavelets, Fractals and Information Theory III
Special Issue in Fractal and Fractional: Fractional Dynamics
Special Issue in Symmetry: Symmetry and Complexity
Special Issue in Applied Sciences: Fractal Based Information Processing and Recognition
Special Issue in Symmetry: Symmetry and Complexity 2019
Special Issue in Fractal and Fractional: 2019 Selected Papers from Fractal Fract’s Editorial Board Members
Special Issue in Axioms: Fractional Calculus, Wavelets and Fractals
Special Issue in Symmetry: Symmetry and Complexity 2020
Special Issue in Fractal and Fractional: 2020 Selected Papers from Fractal Fract’s Editorial Board Members
Special Issue in Symmetry: Advanced Calculus in Problems with Symmetry
Special Issue in Mathematics: Advanced Methods in Computational Mathematical Physics
Special Issue in Fractal and Fractional: Qualitative Analysis of Fractional Deterministic and Stochastic Systems
Special Issue in Fractal and Fractional: Numerical Methods and Simulations in Fractal and Fractional Problems
Special Issue in Fractal and Fractional: Fractional Dynamics 2021
Special Issue in Entropy: Wavelets, Fractals and Information Theory IV
Special Issue in Entropy: Advanced Numerical Methods for Differential Equations
Special Issue in Fractal and Fractional: Fractional Vibrations: Theory and Applications
Special Issue in Fractal and Fractional: 2021 Feature Papers by Fractal Fract's Editorial Board Members
Special Issue in Symmetry: Advanced Computational Methods for Fractional Calculus
Special Issue in Polymers: Transport Processes of Polymers through Nanometric Pore Membranes
Special Issue in Axioms: Fractional Calculus, Wavelets and Fractals II
Special Issue in Mathematics: Dynamical Systems and Their Applications (DSTA) — In Memory of Prof. Dr. José A. Tenreiro Machado
Special Issue in Entropy: Dynamical Systems and Their Applications (DSTA) — In Memory of Prof. Dr. José A. Tenreiro Machado
Special Issue in Fractal and Fractional: Dynamical Systems and Their Applications (DSTA) — in Memory of Prof. Dr. José A. Tenreiro Machado
Special Issue in Fractal and Fractional: Fractional Order Viral Epidemic Models and Their Applications
Special Issue in Sci: Computational Linguistics and Artificial Intelligence
Topical Collection Information
Wavelet analysis and fractals are playing fundamental roles in science, engineering applications, and information theory. Wavelets and fractals are the most suitable methods for the analysis of complex systems, localized phenomena, singular solutions, non-differentiable functions, and, in general, nonlinear problems. Nonlinearity and non-regularity usually characterize the complexity of a problem; they are thus the most-studied features in order to approach a solution to complex problems. Wavelets, fractals, and fractional calculus might also help to improve the analysis of the entropy and complexity of a system.
In information theory, entropy encoding might be considered a sort of compression in a quantization process, and this can be further investigated using wavelet compression. There are many types of definition of entropy that are very useful in the engineering and applied sciences, such as Shannon–Fano entropy, Kolmogorov entropy, etc. However, only entropy encoding is optimal for the complexity of large data analysis, such as in data storage. In fact, the principal advantage of modelling a complex system via wavelet analysis is the minimization of the memory space for storage or transmission. Moreover, this kind of approach reveals some new aspects and promising perspectives for many other kinds of applied and theoretical problems. For instance, in engineering applications, the best way to model traffic in wireless communications is based on fractal geometry, whereas the data are efficiently studied on a wavelet basis.
This Topical Collection will also be an opportunity to extend the research fields of image processing, differential/integral equations, number theory and special functions, image segmentation, the sparse component analysis approach, generalized multiresolution analysis, and entropy as a measure of all aspects of the theoretical and practical studies of mathematics, physics, and engineering.
The main topics of this Topical Collection include (but are not limited to):
- Entropy encoding, wavelet compression, and information theory
- Fractals, non-differentiable functions; Theoretical and applied analytical problems of fractal type, fractional equations
- Fractals, entropy and complexity
- Fractals, wavelets, fractional methods in the stochastic process, stochastic equations
- Fractal and wavelet solutions of fractional differential equations
- Wavelet analysis, integral transforms and applications
- Wavelets, fractals and fractional methods in fault diagnosis, in signal analysis, in nonlinear time series
- Wavelet-fractal entropy encoding and computational mathematics in data analysis and time series, including in image analysis
- Wavelet–fractal approach
- Fractional nonlinear equations
- Chaotic dynamics
- Artifical neural networks.
Prof. Dr. Carlo Cattani
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- Nonlinear time series
- Data analysis
- Image Analysis
- Dynamical System
- Differential Operators
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