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add the TSE complexity #47

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Autoplectic commented Nov 9, 2013

it's a measure... i don't see how it has all that intuitive a meaning, but still.

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chebee7i commented Nov 9, 2013

Is this good to go?

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Autoplectic commented Nov 9, 2013

i think so. i'm not really sure how to test it because i don't know what values it should take, other than the identity from a talk by olbrich (which relates the TSE to the "finite excess entropy" e.g. binding information). it seems to work both with and without conditioning. i'll try looking for some examples of tse so that i can write more tests to verify values, but... well, it seems to work.

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Autoplectic commented Nov 9, 2013

also, this implements the conditional tse complexity... and by that i mean i invented the conditional form, since it doesn't seem to show up in literature anywhere (or google). just take the standard definition and condition all the entropies by the same thing.

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chebee7i commented Nov 21, 2013

Merged in 7bb9c31.

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