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Researching and introducing kinetic energies

Kinetic energy also called (Information Energy) for random vectors (features) is basicaly the analogous of kinetic energy from physics in probability.Some people say it is an entropy just like Shannon entropy for measuring bits of information to determine uncertainty. It is also an entropy , but the correct way to think about it is to think at it as 1/2∗m∗v2 of random vector.It was discovered by Octav Onicescu and it is described ad simple sum of squared probabilities. For a trivial example if…See More
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Researching and introducing kinetic energies

Kinetic energy also called (Information Energy) for random vectors (features) is basicaly the analogous of kinetic energy from physics in probability.Some people say it is an entropy just like Shannon entropy for measuring bits of information to determine uncertainty. It is also an entropy , but the correct way to think about it is to think at it as 1/2∗m∗v2 of random vector.It was discovered by Octav Onicescu and it is described ad simple sum of squared probabilities. For a trivial example if…See More
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Researching and introducing kinetic energies

Posted on April 10, 2018 at 7:30am 0 Comments

Kinetic energy also called (Information Energy) for random vectors (features) is basicaly the analogous of kinetic energy from physics in probability.Some people say it is an entropy just like Shannon entropy for measuring bits of information to determine uncertainty. It is also an entropy , but the correct way to think about it is to think at it as 1/2∗m∗v2 of random vector.

It was discovered by Octav Onicescu and it is described ad simple sum of squared probabilities. For a trivial…

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