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Les Hatton

2012i2

Power-laws and the Conservation of Information in discrete token systems: Part 2 The role of defect.

ArXiV 1209.1652arxiv_sep2012_part2.pdf

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The second of the two papers on conservation of information. This shows that defects must appear as t log (a) in any such system. This is also validated on two big systems although not to anywhere near the same extent as the matching clockwork theorem as defect data is inherently more sparse and noisy. 't' is the total number of tokens in a component in a software system and 'a' is the total number of unique tokens in the same component.None yet10

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