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The typical set and entropy in stochastic systems with arbitrary phase space growth

  title={The typical set and entropy in stochastic systems with arbitrary phase space growth},
  author={Rudolf Hanel and Bernat Corominas-Murtra},
The existence of the typical set is key for data compression strategies and for the emergence of robust statistical observables in macroscopic physical systems. Standard approaches derive its existence from a restricted set of dynamical constraints. However, given the enormous consequences for the understanding of the system’s dynamics, and its role underlying the presence of stable, almost deterministic statistical patterns, a question arises whether typical sets exist in much more general… 

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