Jōhō Kika No Hōhō

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American Mathematical Society, 2000 - Mathematics - 206 pages
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There has been much progress in the field of information geometry in recent years and yet there are few textbooks which reflect these developments, except for those which deal with statistics. Information geometry provides a new method applicable to various areas including information sciences and physical sciences. It has emerged from investigating the geometrical structures of the manifold of probability distributions, and has been applied successfully to statistical inference problems. However, it has been proved that information geometry opens a new paradigm useful for elucidation of information systems, intelligent systems, physical systems and mathematical systems.

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