What's the difference between coherence and interdependence?

Coherence


Definition:

  • (n.) Alt. of Coherency

Example Sentences:

  • (1) 2) Left-right PHR coherence spectra had no distinct peaks, indicating that correlations between opposite PHR discharges were now not frequency specific.
  • (2) Clearly, it is impossible to combine the diverse information briefly outlined in this review to provide a coherent model of the regulation of globin gene expression during development.
  • (3) Statistical analysis allows a more coherent approach of these problems.
  • (4) Comparison with values of the total current dipole moment obtained from neuromagnetic studies on human subjects indicates that coherent neuronal activity giving rise to long-latency sensory evoked components recorded in the human electroencephalogram or magnetoencephalogram extends over a cortical area that is typically approximately 40-400 mm2.
  • (5) He told journalists he was concerned about the risk that government departments were not acting coherently because of a lack of energy and leadership.
  • (6) For amineptine the total body clearance and mean residence time were accurate and precise with eight volunteers, but only four volunteers showed such coherent data for the slope of the elimination curve, beta, and half-life.
  • (7) The coherence values are measures of coupling between two neuronal populations.
  • (8) Lower than normal anterior interhemispheric coherence was found in all four frequency bands.
  • (9) The detection of health inequalities in the urban environment and their magnitude depends to a great extent on the internal social coherence of the geographical division used.
  • (10) Though Charter 08 mostly called for the Communist party to uphold commitments made in its own constitution it was a coherent and forthright challenge to the party‚Äôs rule, calling for peaceful democratic reform.
  • (11) Coherence discriminations were less accurate when the target transformation was added to another background transformation, indicating that these transformations are not visually independent.
  • (12) Strength of interaction was measured by the coherence between the EEGs from symmetrical contralateral locations.
  • (13) Moreover, these notions take root within a coherent cosmological matrix which emphasizes the socially ordered flow of fertility fluids.
  • (14) We found that methods of classifying responses as oscillating used in some of the studies of the cat may have led to overestimation of both the number of sites showing oscillation and the number of pairs of sites showing phase coherence.
  • (15) Complete assignments were obtained for the backbone 1H, 15N and 13C resonances, using three-dimensional heteronuclear 1H NOE 1H-15N multiple-quantum coherence spectroscopy (3D-NOESY-HMQC) and three-dimensional heteronuclear total correlation 1H-15N multiple-quantum coherence spectroscopy (3D-TOCSY-HMQC) experiments on 15N-enriched HPr and an additional three-dimensional triple-resonance 1HN-15N-13C alpha correlation spectroscopy (HNCA) experiment on 13C, 15N-enriched HPr.
  • (16) The coherence between the recordings made from the right and left legs decreased by > 10% at each contraction level.
  • (17) Velocity data employed in the analysis are taken from in vivo measurements in the dog aorta, and the results indicate that the autoregressive method improves the resolution of coherent features in disturbed flow patterns.
  • (18) Averaged power and coherence spectra (between transversally adjacent electrodes and between electrodes on homologous regions of both hemispheres) were computed.
  • (19) The Raman contribution to the third order susceptibility is shown to be complex near an electronic resonance and the resulting features of the coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering spectra are discussed in detail.
  • (20) The structures of the new compounds were determined by chemical and spectroscopic methods, including two-dimensional nuclear magnetic resonance (2D NMR) techniques, especially 1H-detected heteronuclear multiple-bond multiple-quantum coherence.

Interdependence


Definition:

  • (n.) Mutual dependence.

Example Sentences:

  • (1) The present study evaluates the interdependence of clinical stage, cerebral vasospasm, intracranial pressure (ICP), and transcranial Doppler ultrasonographic parameters.
  • (2) But what has really been lost is a sense of the density and interdependence of human life, which can neither be reduced to a formula nor brushed aside as irrelevant.
  • (3) As ferritin H synthesis declined, levels of transferrin receptor protein increased, reaching a maximum by 24 h. These results suggest that the cytokine-dependent induction of ferritin H and subsequent increase in the transferrin receptor are related and possibly interdependent events.
  • (4) This study shows close interdependence between fat droplets and Golgi apparatus or endoplasmic reticulum.
  • (5) These results were interpreted with reference to contextual conditioning effects predicted by the Rescorla-Wagner conditioning model and the theoretical issue of independence vs. interdependence of CS-US associative strengths.
  • (6) There are are no malformations; a interdependence with influenza-infection of the mother is not to be proved.
  • (7) An unexpected finding was obtained which suggested complementary relationships between interdependent jobs and boundary spanning roles.
  • (8) The pH-dependent binding to 70-S particles clearly shows the involvement of two prototropic groups which appear to be those carrying out GTP hydrolysis, therefore directly linked to initiation complex formation; in the presence of a non-hydrolyzable analogue to GTP, guanosine 5'-[beta, gamma-imido]triphosphate, the binding of fMet-tRNAfMet shows much less interdependence between variation of pH and Mg2+ concentration.
  • (9) The author has found qualitative age-dependent differences in the changes of the electrical activity of the structures in question, as well as the interdependence between the initial electrical activity of n. caudatus of old rats and their death following reserpine administration.
  • (10) The interdependence and interrelationship of the induction and cooperation of these mechanisms are examined.
  • (11) The bilaterality of the changes which occur in the CPu provide further support for the notion of the interdependence of the two nigrostriatal dopaminergic projections and the peptidergic systems with which they interact.
  • (12) The increases in all muclear and nucleolar areas were interdependent until the last doubling where they increased independently.
  • (13) The purpose of the present study was to examine the tacit coordination in interdependent relationships between two persons.
  • (14) In fact, the interdependence of mediators suggests that the sheep neonate may remain a compromised host during the first 3 months of life.
  • (15) The following conclusions were reached: (1) the diameter of intrapulmonary arteries is stabilized (more constant with changes in intravascular pressure) when the lung has a high transpulmonary pressure; (2) increases in pulmonary vascular resistance at high lung volumes may be related to extra-alveolar, as well as intra-alveolar, vessel compression; (3) interdependence in human lungs differs markedly from interdependence in dog lungs.
  • (16) Although there is a close interdependence of these events, they could be experimentally distinguished.
  • (17) On the basis of our observations in untreated cells and our experiments with microtubule perturbation, we conclude that microtubules and the ER are highly interdependent in two ways: (a) polymerization of individual microtubules and extension of individual ER tubules occur together at the level of resolution of the fluorescence microscope, and (b) depolymerization of microtubules does not disrupt the ER network in the short term (15 min), but prolonged absence of microtubules (2 h) leads to a slow retraction of the ER network towards the cell center, indicating that over longer periods of time, the extended state of the entire ER network requires the microtubule system.
  • (18) During task interdependence, the subjects, participating in dyads and a four-person group, obtained task materials (a puzzle piece) from their partner before completing their task (appropriately placing the puzzle piece).
  • (19) The mechanism of TCR-T11 interdependence was investigated in a series of TCR-deficient variants of a T cell lymphoblastoid cell line.
  • (20) 62: 2013-2025, 1987), we recently predicted that 1) axially arranged choke points can exist simultaneously during forced expiration with sufficient effort, and 2) overall maximal expiratory flow may be relatively insensitive to nonuniform airways obstruction because of flow interdependence between parallel upstream branches.