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 1d revised Partition-based entropy of a sequence added 15 characters in body 1d revised Partition-based entropy of a sequence reclassify the NIST publication, and add a couple more articles 1d revised Partition-based entropy of a sequence improve wording 2d revised Partition-based entropy of a sequence add NIST link and quotation 2d revised Partition-based entropy of a sequence added 993 characters in body 2d answered Partition-based entropy of a sequence 2d revised Is there a statistical measure of bitwise entropy? add table of avg entropies compared to compression results May 2 revised Is there a statistical measure of bitwise entropy? fix typo May 2 revised Is there a statistical measure of bitwise entropy? add [entropy] tag May 2 revised Is there a statistical measure of bitwise entropy? add link to 2D application May 2 revised Is there a statistical measure of bitwise entropy? fix typo; define |x| May 2 revised Is there a statistical measure of bitwise entropy? fix typo; define |x| May 2 revised Is there a statistical measure of bitwise entropy? add the explicit formula for the maximum entropy profile May 2 revised Is there a statistical measure of bitwise entropy? added 13 characters in body May 2 answered Is there a statistical measure of bitwise entropy? Apr 23 comment Does Graham's number have an odd or an even number of digits? To avoid trivialities, you should probably restrict the base for the numerals; e.g., decimal or binary. Note that the ternary numeral for any of the $G_i(i \ge 1)$ has evenly many digits, being just $1$ followed by an odd number of $0$s. (For any $i\ge 1$, there is a positive integer $n_i$ such that $G_{i} = 3^{3^{n_i}}$, so the number of digits in the base-$3$ numeral for $G_i$ is $1+3^{n_i}$, which is necessarily even.) Apr 23 revised What is the subword complexity function of this infinite word? include 1st-occurrence times to show rate of growth Apr 23 revised What is the subword complexity function of this infinite word? add abelian complexity results Apr 22 revised What is the subword complexity function of this infinite word? clarify; correct the index to account for word-length Apr 22 revised What is the subword complexity function of this infinite word? improve wording