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by Bruce Ebanks,Prasanna K Sahoo,Wolfgang Sander

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Bruce Ebanks,Prasanna K Sahoo,Wolfgang Sander
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The goal of this paper is to give a survey of all important characterizations of sum form information measures that depend uponk discrete complete probability distributions (without zero probabilities) of lengthn and which satisfy a generalized additivity property.

Palaniappan Kannappan. The goal of this paper is to give a survey of all important characterizations of sum form information measures that depend uponk discrete complete probability distributions (without zero probabilities) of lengthn and which satisfy a generalized additivity property. It turns out that most of the problems have been solved, but some open problems lead to the very simple looking functional equations.

Characterizations of information measures. Bruce R. Ebanks, Prasanna K. Sahoo, Wolfgang Sander

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Characterization of information measures. World Scientific, 1998. BR Ebanks, PL Kannappan, PK Sahoo. Canadian Mathematical Bulletin 35 (3), 321-327, 1992. A common generalization of functional equations characterizing normed and quasi-inner-product spaces.

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How should information be measured? That is the motivating question for this book. The concept of information has become so pervasive that people regularly refer to the present era as the Information Age. Information takes many forms: oral, written, visual, electronic, mechanical, electromagnetic, etc. Many recent inventions deal with the storage, transmission, and retrieval of information. From a mathematical point of view, the most basic problem for the field of information theory is how to measure information. In this book we consider the question: What are the most desirable properties for a measure of information to possess? These properties are then used to determine explicitly the most “natural” (i.e. the most useful and appropriate) forms for measures of information.This important and timely book presents a theory which is now essentially complete. The first book of its kind since 1975, it will bring the reader up to the current state of knowledge in this field.