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Metric, Topological, and Graph Entropies

  title={Metric, Topological, and Graph Entropies},
  author={Angel Garrido},
Our paper analyzes here some new lines to introduce the evolving concept of an important Uncertainty Measure, the so-called Entropy. We need to obtain these new ways to model adequate conditions, departing from vague pieces of information. For this, it will be very necessary to analyze certain type of such measures, with very interesting applications, 
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