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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 information entropy of the secret key decreases as the authentication times increases, resulting in high attacking rate.
As a result of drafting legal norms, the degree of information entropy of the society increases.
Jiang, A note on information entropy measure for vague sets, Information Science 178 (2008) 4184-4191.
An indicator of the index value become greater degree of variation, the smaller the information entropy, the greater the amount of information provided by the indicators, the index weight should also be greater; on the contrary, the information entropy bigger, the smaller the amount of information provided by the indicators, the index weight are smaller.
1] proposes an approach to extract rules using information entropy for classification from the constructed decision tree.
In Section 2, the theory of homomorphic encryption and the information entropy of the encrypted image are analyzed.
and Resources (Energy or quantity of money or skills or something easy to quantify) to Entropy is done by the help of Shannon's Information Entropy equation where each variable is assessed accordingly the Theory.
Our study used the information entropy to measure the uncertainty of the RFID data streams, and analyzed the features that could influence cleaning effect.
According to the Shannon's information entropy theory, the information entropy is defined as S = -k[N.
Many scholars tried to tackle this problem by various techniques like Information Entropy Weight method (El-Santawy, 2012), the weighted average operator (OWA), and several other methods (El-Santawy and Ahmed, 2013).
Information entropy is a simple but important measurement when it comes to a diverse volume of information in a single data source (Zeleny, 1982).
Information entropy is a method for measuring diffusion.

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