This paper discusses how the degree of coherence of intense resonance radiation affects the evolution process of collective photoinduced luminescence, which determines the absorption-emission dynamics in concentrated molecular systems. It is shown that the partial breakdown of coherence reduces the radius of the volume in which effective collective interaction occurs in the field-matter system and in which the relative role of classical mechanisms in the absorption-emission cycle increases.
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