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Information geometry on complexity and stochastic interaction
Interdependencies of stochastically interacting units are usually quantified by the Kullback-Leibler divergence of a stationary joint probability distribution on the set of all configurations from the corresponding factorized distribution. This is a spatial approach which does not describe the intrinsically temporal aspects of interaction. In the present paper the setting is extended to a dynamical version where temporal interdependencies are also captured by using information geometry of Markov-chain manifolds.