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information entropy

n.
In information theory, a mathematical measure of the degree of randomness in a set of data, with greater randomness implying higher entropy and greater predictability implying lower entropy. Also called Shannon entropy.
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Therefore, the average information increases (and the amount of attenuation decreases) as the test becomes longer and the items become more discriminating.