Incremental Entropy Relation as an Alternative to MaxEnt
AbstractWe show that, to generate the statistical operator appropriate for a given system, and as an alternative to Jaynes’ MaxEnt approach, that refers to the entropy S, one can use instead the increments ±S in S. To such an effect, one uses the macroscopic thermodynamic relation that links ±S to changes in i) the internal energy E and ii) the remaining M relevant extensive quantities Ai, i = 1; : : : ;M; that characterize the context one is working with. View Full-Text
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Plastino, A.; Plastino, A.R.; Curado, E.M.F.; Casas, M. Incremental Entropy Relation as an Alternative to MaxEnt. Entropy 2008, 10, 124-130.
Plastino A, Plastino AR, Curado EMF, Casas M. Incremental Entropy Relation as an Alternative to MaxEnt. Entropy. 2008; 10(2):124-130.Chicago/Turabian Style
Plastino, Angelo; Plastino, Angel R.; Curado, Evaldo M.F.; Casas, Montse. 2008. "Incremental Entropy Relation as an Alternative to MaxEnt." Entropy 10, no. 2: 124-130.