-Main_Univariate_Analysis_Example.m: It includes the computation of the local dimension and persistence for the Lorenz 1963 attractor in the univariate case.
-Main_Bivariate_Analysis_Example.m: It includes the computation of the local dimension, the persistence and the co-recurrence coefficient for two random fields in the bivariate case.
-fun_dynsys_univariate_analysis.m: Computation of local dimensions and persistence for each point along a trajectory x, for a given quantile.
-fun_dynsys_bivariate_analysis.m: Computation of local dimensions, persistence, co-dimensions, co-persistence, co-recurrences for each point along a trajectory x, for a given quantile.
-fun_extremal_index_sueveges: This function computes the extremal index for a time series.
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