On Generalized Stam Inequalities and Fisher-Rényi Complexity Measures

  title={On Generalized Stam Inequalities and Fisher-R{\'e}nyi Complexity Measures},
  author={Steeve Zozor and David Puertas-Centeno and Jes{\'u}s S. Dehesa},
Information-theoretic inequalities play a fundamental role in numerous scientific and technological areas (e.g., estimation and communication theories, signal and information processing, quantum physics,... ) as they generally express the impossibility to have a complete description of a system via a finite number of information measures. In particular, they gave rise to the design of various quantifiers (statistical complexity measures) of the internal complexity of a (quantum) system. In this… 

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