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English translation: conditional coherence

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French term or phrase:cohérence conditionée [applied statistics,signals]
English translation:conditional coherence
Entered by: Tony M
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11:13 Dec 2, 2004
French to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Mathematics & Statistics / Signaux
French term or phrase: cohérences conditionées...
Dans l'ensemble de ces techniques, on utilise principalement les cohérences, *les cohérences conditionnées et la décorrélation récurrente des signaux*.

Il s'agit des techniques de traitement du signal développées pour l'étude des systèmes MIMO...
J'ai besoin des deux termes entre **.

TIA
Amanda Grey
France
Local time: 20:37
See explanation below...
Explanation:
Well, coherence and decorrelation are both commonly used terms in signals.
'conditional coherence' seems to get quite a few Googles too.
As for 'recurrent decorrelation', the only Google hit I got seemed to be off context (medical), though there's no real reason why 'recurrent' couldn't be applied to 'decorrelation' without its being a specific term.

Sorry, this is a bit outside my proper field, so my opinion can't be considered 'expert'!
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Tony M
France
Local time: 20:37
Grading comment
Thanks for your help - I used conditional coherence and repeated decorrelation.
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cohérences conditionées...
See explanation below...


Explanation:
Well, coherence and decorrelation are both commonly used terms in signals.
'conditional coherence' seems to get quite a few Googles too.
As for 'recurrent decorrelation', the only Google hit I got seemed to be off context (medical), though there's no real reason why 'recurrent' couldn't be applied to 'decorrelation' without its being a specific term.

Sorry, this is a bit outside my proper field, so my opinion can't be considered 'expert'!

Tony M
France
Local time: 20:37
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in category: 31
Grading comment
Thanks for your help - I used conditional coherence and repeated decorrelation.
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