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Analyzing Social Interactions: The Promises and Challenges of Using Cross Recurrence Quantification Analysis

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Analyzing Social Interactions : The Promises and Challenges of Using Cross Recurrence Quantification Analysis. / Fusaroli, Riccardo; Konvalinka, Ivana; Wallot, Sebastian.

Translational Recurrences. red. / Norbert Marwan; Michael Riley; Alessandro Giuliani; Charles L Webber Jr. Bind 103 Springer, 2014. s. 137-155 (Springer Proceedings in Mathematics & Statistics).

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Fusaroli, R, Konvalinka, I & Wallot, S 2014, Analyzing Social Interactions: The Promises and Challenges of Using Cross Recurrence Quantification Analysis. i N Marwan, M Riley, A Giuliani & CL Webber Jr (red), Translational Recurrences. bind 103, Springer, Springer Proceedings in Mathematics & Statistics, s. 137-155. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-09531-8_9

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Fusaroli, R., Konvalinka, I., & Wallot, S. (2014). Analyzing Social Interactions: The Promises and Challenges of Using Cross Recurrence Quantification Analysis. I N. Marwan, M. Riley, A. Giuliani, & C. L. Webber Jr (red.), Translational Recurrences (Bind 103, s. 137-155). Springer. Springer Proceedings in Mathematics & Statistics https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-09531-8_9

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Fusaroli R, Konvalinka I, Wallot S. 2014. Analyzing Social Interactions: The Promises and Challenges of Using Cross Recurrence Quantification Analysis. Marwan N, Riley M, Giuliani A, Webber Jr CL, red. I Translational Recurrences. Springer. s. 137-155. (Springer Proceedings in Mathematics & Statistics). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-09531-8_9

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Fusaroli, Riccardo, Ivana Konvalinka og Sebastian Wallot "Analyzing Social Interactions: The Promises and Challenges of Using Cross Recurrence Quantification Analysis"., Marwan, Norbert og Riley, Michael Giuliani, Alessandro Webber Jr, Charles L (red.). Translational Recurrences. Springer. (Springer Proceedings in Mathematics & Statistics). 2014, 137-155. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-09531-8_9

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Fusaroli R, Konvalinka I, Wallot S. Analyzing Social Interactions: The Promises and Challenges of Using Cross Recurrence Quantification Analysis. I Marwan N, Riley M, Giuliani A, Webber Jr CL, red., Translational Recurrences. Bind 103. Springer. 2014. s. 137-155. (Springer Proceedings in Mathematics & Statistics). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-09531-8_9

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Fusaroli, Riccardo ; Konvalinka, Ivana ; Wallot, Sebastian. / Analyzing Social Interactions : The Promises and Challenges of Using Cross Recurrence Quantification Analysis. Translational Recurrences. red. / Norbert Marwan ; Michael Riley ; Alessandro Giuliani ; Charles L Webber Jr. Bind 103 Springer, 2014. s. 137-155 (Springer Proceedings in Mathematics & Statistics).

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