What is Entropy Analysis?

Entropy (information theory)

The Diacom-NLS systems powerful Entropy analysis allows you to see the past, present and furture state of and organ and weather or not the body is in the process of healing. English text has fairly low entropy. In other words, it is fairly predictable. Even if we don't know exactly what is going to come next, we can be fairly certain that, for example, there will be many more e's than z's, that the combination 'qu' will be much more common than any other combination with a 'q' in it, and that the combination 'th' will be more common than 'z', 'q', or 'qu'. After the first few letters one can often guess the rest of the word. Uncompressed, English text has between 0.6 and 1.3 bits of entropy for each character of message. Thats how entropy analysis works in the Diacom-NLS System.

*Generally, "entropy" stands for "disorder" or uncertainty
*Entropy is best understood as a measure of uncertainty rather than certainty
*Entropy is the average amount of information contained in each message received
*The idea here is that the less likely an event is, the more information it provides when it occurs.
 
 
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Prediction or Development

To explain is in more simple terms, Exactly how humans are able to estimate the expected position of a quickly moving ball is unknown. Obviously, this remarkable skill is learned through long practice – or naturally performed by all of our cells and mimics our real life. Eye-brain-body coordination is acquired only by going through the motions over and over; even so, the batter misses most of the time. Getting a hit three times out of ten at bat is considered an excellent average.
 
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