Multidimensional Persistence: Invariants and Parameterization

08/17/2021
by   Maximilian Neumann, et al.
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This article grew out of my Master's thesis at the Faculty of Mathematics and Information Science at Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg under the supervision of PD Dr. Andreas Ott. Following the work of G. Carlsson and A. Zomorodian on the theory of multidimensional persistence in 2007 and 2009, the main goal of this article is to give a complete classification and parameterization for the algebraic objects corresponding to the homology of a multifiltered simplicial complex. As in the work of G. Carlsson and A. Zomorodian, this classification and parameterization result is then used to show that it is only possible to obtain a discrete and complete invariant for these algebraic objects in the case of one-dimensional persistence, and that it is impossible to obtain the same in dimensions greater than one.

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