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Methods of Information Geometry

by Shun-Ichi Amari

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Published by American Mathematical Society .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nonfiction / Education,
  • Advanced,
  • Mathematics,
  • Science/Mathematics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages206
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9336922M
    ISBN 100821843028
    ISBN 109780821843024
    OCLC/WorldCa44613213

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Information geometry provides the mathematical sciences with a new framework of analysis. It has emerged from the investigation of the natural differential geometric structure on manifolds of probability distributions, which consists of a Riemannian metric defined by the Fisher information and a one-parameter family of affine connections called the $\alpha$ by: Information geometry provides a new method applicable to various areas including information sciences and physical sciences.

It has emerged from investigating the geometrical structu There has been much progress in the field of information geometry in recent years and yet there are few textbooks which reflect these developments, except for /5(8). Information geometry provides the mathematical sciences with a new framework of analysis.

It has emerged from the investigation of the natural differential geometric structure on manifolds of probability distributions, which consists of a Riemannian metric defined by the Fisher information and a one-parameter family of affine connections called the $\alpha$-connections.

Presents for the first time the entirety of the emerging field of information geometry this book will play a key role for the further progress of information geometry Zentralblatt MATH. Until now there have been no expository textbooks covering the methods and applications of information geometry.

This book presents the state of the art, the current best practices and the innovative techniques of the methods of information geometry. The first half of the book presents a comprehensive introduction to the mathematical foundation of information geometry, including preliminaries from differential geometry, the geometry of manifolds or probability distributions, and the general theory of.

The book is interdisciplinary, connecting mathematics, information sciences, physics, and neurosciences, inviting readers to a new world of information and geometry. This book is highly recommended to graduate students and researchers who seek new mathematical methods and tools useful in their own fields.

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The first half of the book presents a comprehensive introduction to the mathematical foundation of information geometry, including preliminaries from differential geometry, the geometry of manifolds or probability distributions, and the general.

– based on the book “Methods of Information Geometry ”written by Shun-Ichi Amari and Hiroshi Nagaoka Yunshu Liu Introduction to differential geometry Geometric structure of statistical models and statistical inference Outline 1 Introduction to differential geometry.

Information geometry reached maturity through the work of Shun’ichi Amari and other Japanese mathematicians in the s. Amari and Nagaoka’s book, Methods of Information Geometry, is cited by most works of the relatively young eld due to its broad coverage of signi cant developments attained using the methods of information geometry up to.

His method incorporated algebra, and opened the door for the discovery of calculus. Still, Euclidean geometry was the undisputed champ of the mathematical world until the early 19th century, when several mathematicians, including Carl Friedrich.

Information Geometry and Its Applications to Machine Learning Shun-ichi Amari RIKEN Brain Science Institute. Information Geometry-- Manifolds of Probability Distributions Mp={()}x.

Information Geometry Systems Theory Information Theory Statistics Neural Networks Combinatorics Information. Book 11 deals with the fundamental propositions of three-dimensional geometry. Book 12 calculates the relative volumes of cones, pyramids, cylinders, and spheres using the method of exhaustion.

Finally, Book 13 investigates the five so-called Platonic solids. However, information geometry is definitely a relatively niche mathematical field. Personally, I prefer things this way; information geometry gives a rich class of examples and there is relatively low-hanging fruit to be found.

As to the reason for this, in my opinion IG is really an interdisciplinary field and not simply a branch of mathematics. It connects diverse branches of mathematical sciences that deal with probability, entropy, measurement, inference, and related concepts. Coverage includes original work and synthesis exploring the foundation and application of information geometry in.

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Information geometry is a new branch in mathematics, originated from the applications of differential geometry to statistics. Book. Methods of Information Geometry (Translations of. Read “mathematics books” and do mathematics.

Exercises are must. Use as many methods as you can think of, certainly including the one which is recommended. Consult the Appendix after you work out the solution. Follow the comments, interpretations and suggested extensions. Think. Get excited.

Discuss. Bore everybody in your known circles. Download PDF Abstract: To what extent can we distinguish one probability distribution from another?

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