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June-2021-DIEP-Seminar-Velimir-Ilić
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SUMMARY:DIEP Seminar, Velimir Ilić
ATTENDEE;ROLE=Speaker:Velimir Ilić (Mathematical I
nstitute of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Ar
ts)
DTSTART;TZID=Europe/Amsterdam:20210603T110000
LOCATION:Online (Zoom)
DESCRIPTION:The aim of this talk is to present a c
omprehensive classification of the main entropic f
orms introduced in the last fifty years within sta
tistical physics and information theory and to rev
iew the fundamental questions about the meaning of
information. I will particularly focus on axiomat
ic approaches to the characterization of various g
eneralizations of the Shannon entropy, such as the
Rényi, the Tsallis, the Sharma-Mittal, and the Sh
arma-Mittal-Taneja entropies, as well as the more
general classes of pseudo-additive entropies with
a well-defined mathematical and information theore
tic structure. Finally, I will point out possible
applications of these measures in communication th
eory, statistical inference and complex systems mo
deling.
X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:\n The aim of thi
s talk is to present a comprehensive classificatio
n of the main entropic forms introduced in the las
t fifty years within statistical physics and infor
mation theory and to review the fundamental questi
ons about the meaning of information. I will parti
cularly focus on axiomatic approaches to the chara
cterization of various generalizations of the Shan
non entropy, such as the Rényi, the Tsallis, the S
harma-Mittal, and the Sharma-Mittal-Taneja entropi
es, as well as the more general classes of pseudo-
additive entropies with a well-defined mathematica
l and information theoretic structure. Finally, I
will point out possible applications of these meas
ures in communication theory, statistical inferenc
e and complex systems modeling.

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URL:/NewsandEvents/Archives/2021/newsitem/12782/3-
June-2021-DIEP-Seminar-Velimir-Ilić
CONTACT:Soroush Rafiee Rad at soroush.r.rad at gma
il.com
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