# Entropies of deformed binomial distributions

@article{Bergeron2014EntropiesOD, title={Entropies of deformed binomial distributions}, author={Herv{\'e} Bergeron and Evaldo M. F. Curado and J. P. Gazeau and Ligia M.C.S. Rodrigues}, journal={arXiv: Statistical Mechanics}, year={2014} }

Asymptotic behavior (with respect to the number of trials) of symmetric generalizations of binomial distributions and their related entropies are studied through three examples. The first one derives from theq-exponential as a generating function. The second one involves the modified Abel polynomials, and the third one involves Hermite polynomials. The former and the latter have extensive Boltzmann-Gibbs whereas the ⇣

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