### Table 4). Thus, in classical information-theoretic terms, K can be

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### Table 1. Summary of three families of information-theoretic measures of diversity.

### Table 2: Information theoretical measures (normalised)

### Table 6.1: A possible classification of emergent intelligence, using an information-theoretic

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### Table 3.6: Features eliminated by information-theoretic feature selection.

### Table 3. Shannon and Davio expansions and their information measures Type Rule of Expansion Information theoretic measures

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"... In PAGE 2: ... Given a node assigned by the couple (DCBN AX), a function CU is characterized by the entropy C0B4CUB5, and the resulting successors are distinguished by the conditional entropy C0 AX B4CUCYDCB5. A step in decomposition of the function CU with respect to variable DC and expansion type AX is described in terms of information theory as follows C1 AX B4CUBN DCB5BPC0B4CUB5 A0 C0 AX B4CUCYDCB5BM (2) Table3 shows information theoretic measures of CB, D4BW and D2BW expansions for a switching function CU with respect to variable DC. Example 1.... ..."

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### Table 4. Analogues of Shannon and Davio expansions in GF(4) and their information measures Type Rule of expansion Information theoretic measures

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"... In PAGE 2: ... 3.1 Information theoretic notations of BGA0CB, BGA0D4BW and D5A0BGA0D2BW expansions We propose the information measures of the expansion types, in GF(4), grouped in Table4 , where C2 CX B4DCB5, CX BP BCBNBMBMBMBNCZ A0 BD, are the characteristic functions; C2 CX B4DCB5 BP BD if DC BP CX and C2 CX B4DCB5BPBCotherwise. It was shown in [10] that BGA0CB expansion of a 4-valued logic function is equivalent to CB expansion of the function.... ..."

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### Table 4. Information theoretic indices for the study plot Inwil in five consecutive time steps.

### Table 3.1: Results of information theoretical analysis for 24 physiological measurements.

### Table 4 Most Popular Names in the US

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"... In PAGE 16: ...0% and 12.7% of females and males born in 1800-1809 were named Mary and John, respectively, which were the most popular female and male names in those years (see Table4 ). The differences between the UK and the US, while deserving further study, might plausibly be related to their much different patterns of settlement and group formation.... In PAGE 55: ... The first part of the table presents data from the Census of 1880 (females ages 0-9 years), and the second part presents data from the Census of 1920 (females ages 40-49 years). Considering figures for individual years helps to show measurement variance about the long-term trends discussed in Section II A (text and Table4 ) and Section III B (text and Table 7). Comparing averages of individual years to figures based on a decade grouping indicates effects of aggregation across years.... ..."