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    I've now finally posted the detailed problem in Pairwise Independence vs. Mutual Independence...

    I've now finally posted the detailed problem in Pairwise Independence vs. Mutual Independence, in case you'd like to have a look. http://www.talkstats.com/threads/pairwise-independence-vs-mutual-independence.71277/
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    I've now finally posted the detailed problem in Pairwise Independence vs. Mutual Independence...

    I've now finally posted the detailed problem in Pairwise Independence vs. Mutual Independence, in case you'd like to have a look. http://www.talkstats.com/threads/pairwise-independence-vs-mutual-independence.71277/
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    Pairwise independence vs. mutual independence

    Got a bit sidetracked, but here's the problem I'm trying to solve: Given a set of N^4 random variables \Gamma_{klpq}=(\theta_{kl}+\phi_{pq}) mod 2\pi , where k,l,p,q are integers and 1 \le k,l,p,q \le N . The following is known: -Each of the N^2 random variables \theta_{kl} and the...
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    Pairwise independence vs. mutual independence

    Thanks. I need to check something before posting the problem.
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    Pairwise independence vs. mutual independence

    I'll state the problem later tonight with all known information. Is it possible to write Latex code here?
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    Pairwise independence vs. mutual independence

    Theoretical random variables.
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    Pairwise independence vs. mutual independence

    I'm doing a PhD in statistical optics and I've stumbled upon a set of random variables that may or may not be mutually independent. I've managed to show that they are pairwise independent, but in general that doesn't imply they're mutually independent. Is there some conditions which guarantees...