Factorization and escorting in the game-theoretical approach to non-extensive entropy measures

@inproceedings{Topse2007FactorizationAE,
  title={Factorization and escorting in the game-theoretical approach to non-extensive entropy measures},
  author={Flemming Tops\oe},
  year={2007}
}
Abstract The game-theoretical approach to non-extensive entropy measures of statistical physics is based on an abstract measure of complexity from which the entropy measure is derived in a natural way. A wide class of possible complexity measures is considered and a property of factorization investigated. The property reflects a separation between the system being observed and the observer. Apparently, the property is also related to escorting. It is shown that only those complexity measures… CONTINUE READING

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