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We analyse an analog of the entropy-power inequality for the weighted entropy. In particular , we discuss connections with weighted Lieb's splitting inequality and an Gaussian additive noise formula. Examples and counterexamples are given, for some classes of probability distributions.
We produce a series of results extending information-theoretical inequalities (discussed by Dembo–Cover–Thomas in 1989-1991) to a weighted version of entropy. The resulting inequalities involve the Gaussian weighted entropy; they imply a number of new relations for determinants of positive-definite matrices.
A number of inequalities for the weighted entropies is proposed, mirroring properties of a standard (Shannon) entropy and related quantities. 1 The weighted Gibbs inequality and its consequences along with a number of theoretical suggestions. The purpose of this note is to extend a number of inequalities for a standard (Shannon) entropy to the case of the… (More)
A number of simple inequalities for the weighted entropies is proposed, mirroring properties of a standard (Shannon) entropy and related quantities.
In this paper the author analyzes the weighted Renyi entropy in order to derive several inequalities in weighted case. Furthermore, using the proposed notions α-th generalized deviation and (α, p)-th weighted Fisher information, extended versions of the moment-entropy, Fisher information and Cramér-Rao inequalities in terms of generalized Gaussian densities… (More)
We generalize the weighted cumulative entropies (WCRE and WCE), introduced in , for a system or component lifetime. Representing properties of cumulative entropies, several bounds and inequalities for the WCRE is proposed.
In this note the author uses order statistics to estimate WCRE and WCE in terms of empirical and survival functions. An example in both cases normal and exponential WFs is analyzed.
In this paper, following standard arguments, the maximum Renyi entropy problem for the weighted case is analyzed. We verify that under some constrains on weight function , the Student-r and Student-t distributions maximize the weighted Renyi entropy. Furthermore, an extended version of the Hadamard inequality is derived.
The aim of this paper is to analyze the weighted KyFan inequality proposed in . A number of numerical simulations involving the exponential weighted function is given. We show that in several cases and types of examples one can imply an improvement of the standard KyFan inequality.