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|Title:||Topological Entropy of Finite Sequences|
|Seminar:||Seminar on Probability and its Application|
|Speaker:||David Koslicki, PSU|
|Topological entropy has been one of the most difficult to implement of all the entropy-theoretic notions for finite sequences. This is primarily due to finite sample effects and high-dimensionality problems. We define a new approximation of topological entropy free from the aforementioned difficulties and use the recent results of Gheorghiciuc and Ward (2007) to compute the expected value. An application includes distinguishing between functional regions of the human genome as well as gene detection in general.|
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|Date:||01 / 21 / 2011|
|Time:||02:20pm - 03:20pm|