Mutual coherence (linear algebra)
A lower bound is 
The concept was introduced in a slightly less general framework by Donoho and Huo, and has since been used extensively in the field of sparse representations of signals. In particular, it is used as a measure of the ability of suboptimal algorithms such as matching pursuit and basis pursuit to correctly identify the true representation of a sparse signal.
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