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IEVref:171-07-24ID:
Language:enStatus: Standard
Term: equivocation
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Definition: conditional entropy of a specific set of messages X at a message source given a specific set of messages Y at a message sink that is connected to the message source by a specific channel

Note 1 to entry: The equivocation is the mean additional information content that shall be supplied per message at the message sink to correct the received messages affected by a noisy channel.


Publication date:2019-03-29
Source:IEC 80000-13:2008, 13-33, modified – Addition of information useful for the context of the IEV, and adaptation to the IEV rules
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