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An appropriate category to be used for a better scientific understanding of turbulent flows for the aforementioned objectives is that of – three-dimensional in space and evolving in time – coherent structures, where the idea of structures’ coherency has to be associated to a formally-expressed definition to be implemented within a procedure of eduction of mathematical nature. In the following subsection the method of the Proper Orthogonal Decomposition for the eduction of the coherent motions in a turbulent flow, is presented.