Assume that the continuous random variable $X$ has a distribution (in a closed form expression) with differential entropy $h(X)$. Q) Then, is it true for any continuous distribution that the ...
The principle of insufficient reason says that all outcomes are equiprobable when we have no knowledge to guess otherwise. I understand this and that this corresponds to uniform distribution. However, ...
Task: Suppose we model a variable $y = Wx + \mu$ as a linear transformation of $x$ plus some Gaussian noise $\mu\sim\mathcal N(0,\sigma I)$. Our aim is to minimize the estimation error of $x$ given ...
Is it possible to compute a conditional entropy (see the two following formulas) in an incremental manner ? That is, the sets C and K are not fix: each time we have a new element c, set K may increase ...