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Relationship between multiple and partial coherence functions

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The n th-order multiple coherence between a stationary random process and n other stationary random processes is decomposed into a sum of n components consisting of products of lower order partial and multiple coherence functions. An inequality is derived between partial coherence and the ratio of ordinary coherence to multiple incoherence. As a result, a coherency diagram is suggested describing the different coherency functions and their relationships.

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Information Theory, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:16 ,  Issue: 6 )