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Entropy, Volume 5, Issue 4 (December 2003) – 2 articles , Pages 313-356

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Behavior of the Thermodynamic Properties of Binary Mixtures near the Critical Azeotrope
Entropy 2003, 5(4), 348-356; https://doi.org/10.3390/e5040348 - 22 Dec 2003
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In this work we investigate the critical line of binary azeotropic mixtures of acetone-n-pentane. We pinpoint the abnormal behavior of the critical density line as a function of the mole fraction of one of the component and show its influence on other thermodynamic [...] Read more.
In this work we investigate the critical line of binary azeotropic mixtures of acetone-n-pentane. We pinpoint the abnormal behavior of the critical density line as a function of the mole fraction of one of the component and show its influence on other thermodynamic properties such as the volume, the enthalpy and the entropy. Full article
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Quantum Games: Mixed Strategy Nash's Equilibrium Represents Minimum Entropy
Entropy 2003, 5(4), 313-347; https://doi.org/10.3390/e5040313 - 15 Nov 2003
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This paper introduces Hermite's polynomials, in the description of quantum games. Hermite's polynomials are associated with gaussian probability density. The gaussian probability density represents minimum dispersion. I introduce the concept of minimum entropy as a paradigm of both Nash's equilibrium (maximum utility MU) [...] Read more.
This paper introduces Hermite's polynomials, in the description of quantum games. Hermite's polynomials are associated with gaussian probability density. The gaussian probability density represents minimum dispersion. I introduce the concept of minimum entropy as a paradigm of both Nash's equilibrium (maximum utility MU) and Hayek equilibrium (minimum entropy ME). The ME concept is related to Quantum Games. Some questions arise after carrying out this exercise: i) What does Heisenberg's uncertainty principle represent in Game Theory and Time Series?, and ii) What do the postulates of Quantum Mechanics indicate in Game Theory and Economics?. Full article
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