this raises further questions on the coherence of state policy
The quality of forming a unified whole
the group began to lose coherence and the artists took separate directions
the state of cohering or sticking together
logical and orderly and consistent relation of parts
(coherent) capable of thinking and expressing yourself in a clear and consistent manner; "a lucid thinker"; "she was more coherent than she had been just after the accident"
(coherent) (physics) of waves having a constant phase relation
In mathematics, and particularly category theory a coherence condition is a collection of conditions requiring that various compositions of elementary morphisms are equal. Typically the elementary morphisms are part of the data of the category.
Coherence theory of truth regards truth as coherence with some specified set of sentences, propositions or beliefs. There is no single coherence theory of truth, but rather an assortment of perspectives that are commonly collected under this title. ...
Coherence in linguistics is what makes a text semantically meaningful. It is especially dealt with in text linguistics. ...
In music, Rothenberg propriety denotes an important concept in the general theory of scales which was introduced by David Rothenberg in a seminal series of papers in 1978. The concept was independently discovered in a more restricted context by Gerald Balzano, who termed it coherence. ...
In a thought experiment proposed by the Italian probabilist Bruno de Finetti in order to justify Bayesian probability, an array of wagers is coherent precisely if it does not expose the wagerer to certain loss regardless of the outcomes of events on which he is wagering, provided his opponent ...
In physics, coherence is a property of waves that enables stationary (i.e. temporally and spatially constant) interference. More generally, coherence describes all properties of the correlation between physical quantities of a wave.
Quality of cohering; of being coherent; internal consistency; a logical arrangements of parts; (of waves) the property of having the same wavelength and phase; Semantic relationship between different parts of the same text
(coherent) logical; easy to understand
(Coherent) 1) Säteilyn polarisaatioaste on 1. 2) Prosessiin syötetyn signaalin ja ulostulleen signaalin välillä on kiinteä suhde.
(Coherent) All the waves of the laser beam are lined up in phase with each other in time and space
(Coherent) Pertaining to a fixed phase relationship between corresponding points on an electromagnetic wave. Note: A truly coherent wave would be perfectly coherent at all points in space. In practice, however, the region of high coherence may extend over only a finite distance.
(Coherent) Technically, when all spectral components of the audio are passing through the system at exactly the same time. When audio is coherent, imaging is precise and stable with instruments clearly defined and natural sounding. ...
(Coherent) The union of one part of an organ with other parts of the same organ, as when petals cohere to form a tubular corolla, &c.
(Coherent) all the parts are in harmony with each other—no internal conflicts
(Coherent) implies a definite phase relationship between waves of light or other radiation being emitted.
(Coherent) similar parts that are somewhat joined but not fused
(coherent) (adj.) logically consistent, intelligible (William could not figure out what Harold had seen because he was too distraught to deliver a coherent statement.)
(coherent) 1) Pertaining to a multi-way loudspeaker's sound: seamless from top to bottom; showing no audible evidence of a crossover or of different driver colorations in different frequency ranges. ...
(coherent) touching without organic fusion, referring to parts normally together, e.g. floral parts of the same whorl. cf. adherent, adnate, connate
Listening term. Refers to how well integrated the sound of the system is.
The defining axioms should be logically consistent and sanction inferences consistent with the definitions.