Information theoretic interpretation of frequency domain connectivity measures
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In order to provide adequate multivariate measures of information flow between neural structures, modified expressions of partial directed coherence (PDC) and directed transfer function (DTF), two popular multivariate connectivity measures employed in neuroscience, are introduced and their formal relationship to mutual information rates are proved.
KeywordsInformation flow Partial directed coherence Directed transfer function Mutual information rate Granger causality
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