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  • Conventional statistical methods for analysing scripts calculate the entropy or "orderedness" of the symbols: Shakespeare's prose would have a higher entropy than Egyptian hieroglyphs or Morse code, for example.

    New Scientist - Online News

  • When aimed at language, this statistical technique comes up with a measure for the "orderedness" of words, letters or characters - from totally ordered to utterly random.

    New Scientist - Space

  • When aimed at language, this statistical technique comes up with a measure for the "orderedness" of words, letters or characters - from totally ordered to utterly random.

    New Scientist - Earth

  • These have been understood to mirror both the orderedness and the ‘freedom’ of complex reality.

    God, Strings, Emergence, and the Future of the World By Nicola Hoggard Creegan

  • Scholars centuries before had intuited enough about information as orderedness to develop a remarkably similar probabilistic approach to recovering original text from corrupt copies.

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  • How long he concentrated on that Kharl was not sure, except that a good quarter glass had passed, and the nail was darker-not quite with the smooth orderedness of the staff's black iron, but far more ordered and" solid.

    Wellspring of Chaos

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