For an expansionary process, the size of the expansion space will increase. If the expansionary process is time-dependent, time (t) will increase as a function of the increase in the size of the expansion space. A statistical information entropy methodology was used to investigate the properties of time-dependent expansionary processes both in theory and through examples. The primary objective of this paper was to investigate whether there is a universal measure of time (T) and how it relates… Expand

There is a random variable (X) with a determined outcome (i.e., X = x0), p(x0) = 1. Consider x0 to have a discrete uniform distribution over the integer interval [1, s], where the size of the sample… Expand

How statistical entropy and entropy rate relate to other notions of entropy that are relevant to probability theory, computer Sciences, computer sciences, the ergodic theory of dynamical systems, statistical physics and statistical physics is described.Expand

The Friedmann–Lemaître–Robertson–Walker (FLRW) metric used to describe the cosmic spacetime is based on the cosmological principle, which assumes homogeneity and isotropy throughout the Universe. It… Expand