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an exploratory paper, T. Berger studied discrete random proceases which generate information slower than linearly with time. One of his objectives was to provide a physically meaningful definition of a deterministic process, and to this end he introduced the notion of strong information singularity. His work is supplemented by demonstrating that a large class of convariance stationary processes are strongly information singular with respect to a class of stationary Gaussian processes. Onedoi:10.1109/tit.1979.1056088 fatcat:csyuzvumyzbublnquycj4ujefq