H.H. Diebner, S. Sahle and A.A. Hoff:
A Realtime Adaptive System for Dynamics Recognition (pdf)
Chaos, Solitons & Fractals 13/4, 781-786, (2002),
We propose and investigate an adaptive system for the recognition of the dynamics of an external timeseries. The system consists of a pool of internal dynamical elements, each of which represents a specific dynamical type. Each of the elements is forced by the external timeseries to the latter dynamics. We use the strenght of forcing as a criterion for which of the elements out of the pool fits best to the dynamics of the timeseries. By means of an averaging process the system is able to create a new dynamical element as a "mirror system" of the external one. This adaptation can be performed continuously even if the dynamical type of the external signal undergoes sudden qualitative changes.
Hans H. Diebner: A Simulating Cognitive System with Adaptive Capability. BioSystems 64/1-3, 141-147 (2002). (pdf)
Hans H. Diebner, Axel A. Hoff, Adolf Mathias, Horst Prehn, Marco Rohrbach and Sven Sahle: Towards a Second Cybernetics Model for Cognitive Systems. Chaos, Solitons & Fractals 13/7, 1465-1474, (2002). (pdf)
Hans H. Diebner, Axel A. Hoff, Adolf Mathias, Horst Prehn, Marco Rohrbach and Sven Sahle: Control and Adaptation of spatio-temporal patterns. Z. Naturforsch.56a, 663-661 (2001).
Hans H. Diebner and Peter Weibel: Stimulus Meets Simulus - Thoughts on the Interface. Telematik 8, 45-50 (1/2002).
Hans H. Diebner and Florian Grond: Usability of Synchronization for Cognitive Modeling. Chaos, Solitons & Fractals 25, 905-910 (2005). (pdf)