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Feb
27
comment Entropy of $X =\{1,2,\ldots,\infty\}$ with the probability of $\{1/2^1,1/2^2,\ldots,1/2^\infty\}$?
Ok. I removed it. I'll look into this with greater detail later to figure/close this. :) (Anyway, thanks all for your help. It was greatly appreciated. I passed at the class btw.)
Jul
10
comment Uses needed to break a substitution cipher (alphabet of 5 symbols, normalized entropy of the source of 2)
Ok. Thanks. :) I get it but care to explain one more thing? Why the entropy of the source is $ log_2 120 + 2N $ instead of $ (log_2 5)N$? How can I get that entropy only knowing the normalized one?
Jul
10
comment Entropy of $X =\{1,2,\ldots,\infty\}$ with the probability of $\{1/2^1,1/2^2,\ldots,1/2^\infty\}$?
Cool, thanks. Got it. So in the end the answer to the question is 4. none of the above;