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The transfer entropy has proven a useful measure of coupling among components of a dynamical system. This measure effectively captures the influence of one system component on the transition probabilities (dynamics) of another. The original motivation for the measure was to quantify such relationships among signals collected from a nonlinear system. However, we have found the transfer entropy to also be a useful concept in describing linear coupling among system components. In this work wedoi:10.3390/e15083276 fatcat:mk64khnrhnas5nv7gh4ztfgcwu