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Transmission power in some particular cases of bi- or tri-dimensional complex systems
Journal of Scientometric Research
In a complex system, mutual information measures the information common to the variables involved. In more than two dimensions, it indicates the level of synergy between variables or the level of self-organization or how central coordinated the system is. Mutual information has a lower and an upper bounds that vary according to the system's configuration. In this paper, we analyse the complex system of the Triple Helix of university-industry-government relationships from the information theorydoi:10.4103/2320-0057.143704 fatcat:e3rxbcttyzdjlasrb4sa3exjhu