A recurrence plot is a way to quantify recurrences that occur in a trajectory. What's a recurrence? As the name suggests, a recurrence happens when a trajectory visits the same neighborhood on the phase space that it was at some previous time. The recurrence plot is a visual representation of a sparse square matrix of boolean values (called recurrence matrix).

A recurrence plot is a way to quantify recurrences that occur in a trajectory. What's a recurrence? As the name suggests, a recurrence happens when a trajectory visits the same neighborhood on the phase space that it was at some previous time. The recurrence plot is a visual representation of a sparse square matrix of boolean values (called recurrence matrix).

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