3 years ago

Persistent Homology of Morse Decompositions in Combinatorial Dynamics.

Jacek Kubica, Mateusz Juda, Marian Mrozek, Tomasz Kapela, Tamal K. Dey, Michal Lipinski

We investigate combinatorial dynamical systems on simplicial complexes considered as {\em finite topological spaces}. Such systems arise in a natural way from sampling dynamics and may be used to reconstruct some features of the dynamics directly from the sample. We study the homological persistence of {\em Morse decompositions} of such systems, an important descriptor of the dynamics, as a tool for validating the reconstruction. Our framework can be viewed as a step toward extending the classical persistence theory to "vector cloud" data. We present experimental results on two numerical examples.

Publisher URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/1801.06590

DOI: arXiv:1801.06590v1

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