A derivation of the basic statistic of information theory.
Kolar, Robert P.
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Information Theory is applicable to a number of fields. The basic statistic of Information Theory, - Σp(i) log p(i), is derived for the discrete case using Bayes's rule for the probability of causes. Various properties of this function are derived and discussed.
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