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This will hold whenever the slopes are diﬀerent. For an arbitrary number of ﬁbers, we can apply this argument to any pair of ﬁbers, so the optimal point is for all ﬁbers to be operating at the same slope. Puzzle 2: Suppose that instead of ﬁbers, you have four factories making widgets, that the y-axis in Figure 2 represents the total cost for making ni widgets, and that the x-axis represents the number ni of widgets made by the i’th factory. The curves have the same shape (they drop oﬀ at larger ni due to the economies of scale).
Find the variance for any ﬁxed C, and show that the univariate Gaussian with that variance has diﬀerential entropy greater than h. C. 7 Maximum Entropy with Linear Constraints n Suppose that you have a discrete probability distribution Pi , i Pi = 1, and suppose further that the only information that you have about the distribution is that it must satisfy a set of linear constraints: αji Pi = Cj , j = 1, . . , m (8) i The maximum entropy approach (see , for example) posits that, subject to the known constraints, our uncertainty about the set of events described by the distribution should be as large as possible, or speciﬁcally, that the mean number of bits required to describe an event generated from the constrained probability distribution be as large as possible.
A. R. Johnson. Matrix Analysis. Cambridge University Press, 1985. 13. T. Jaynes. Bayesian methods: General background. H. Justice, editor, Maximum Entropy and Bayesian Methods in Applied Statistics, pages 1–25. Cambridge University Press, 1985. 14. Morris Kline. Mathematical Thought from Ancient to Modern Times, Vols. 1,2,3. Oxford University Press, 1972. 15. L. Mangasarian. Nonlinear Programming. McGraw Hill, New York, 1969. 16. K. Nigam, J. Laﬀerty, and A. McCallum. Using maximum entropy for text classiﬁcation.