A multivariate phase distribution and its estimation

@article{Cadieu2008AMP,
  title={A multivariate phase distribution and its estimation},
  author={Charles F. Cadieu and Kilian Koepsell},
  journal={arXiv: Neurons and Cognition},
  year={2008}
}
Circular variables such as phase or orientation have received considerable attention throughout the scientific and engineering communities and have recently been quite prominent in the field of neuroscience. While many analytic techniques have used phase as an effective representation, there has been little work on techniques that capture the joint statistics of multiple phase variables. In this paper we introduce a distribution that captures empirically observed pair-wise phase relationships… 

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