Authors: Colin James III
The mutual information between two random variables is defined and tested to represent the amount of information learned about the variable from knowing another variable. Since the definition is symmetric, the conjecture also represents the amount of information learned about another variable from the variable. The conjecture is found not tautologous and hence refuted.
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