## Probabilistic spin glass - Conclusion

Marton Trencseni - Mon 31 January 2022 • Tagged with entropy, physics, spin, glass

I summarize the 5 previous posts on probabilistic spin glasses.

Marton Trencseni - Mon 31 January 2022 • Tagged with entropy, physics, spin, glass

I summarize the 5 previous posts on probabilistic spin glasses.

Marton Trencseni - Thu 06 January 2022 • Tagged with entropy, physics, spin, glass

I use Monte Carlo simulations to explore the dynamic behaviour of probabilistic spin glasses, specifically how saturation scales with $p$ and $N$.

Marton Trencseni - Fri 31 December 2021 • Tagged with entropy, physics, spin, glass

This is a continuation of the previous articles on probabilistic spin glasses. I run simulations to understand the scaling behaviour for large spin glasses.

Marton Trencseni - Sat 25 December 2021 • Tagged with entropy, physics, spin, glass

I run simulations to understand the dynamic probabilistic evolution of these toy models.

Marton Trencseni - Sat 18 December 2021 • Tagged with entropy, physics, spin, glass

This is a continuation of the previous article on probabilistic spin glasses, with improvements to the simulation code and improved entropy computation.

Marton Trencseni - Sat 11 December 2021 • Tagged with entropy, physics, spin, glass

I run Monte Carlo simulations on probabilistic spin glasses, a simple mathematical model of magnetized matter with short range interactions. I use entropy to characterize the model's order-disorder transition.

Marton Trencseni - Mon 29 November 2021 • Tagged with entropy, physics

I derive the Sackur-Tetrode equation for entropy of a monatomic ideal gas.

Marton Trencseni - Fri 19 November 2021 • Tagged with entropy, physics

I show the first steps of how to arrive at a definition of entropy for a monatomic ideal gas modeled as hard billiard balls.

Marton Trencseni - Sun 24 October 2021 • Tagged with entropy

I discuss 4 uses of entropy in Data Science: (i) cross entropy as a loss function for training neural network classifiers (ii) entropy as a splitting criterion for building decision trees (iii) entropy for evaluating clustering algorithms (iv) entropy for understanding relationships in tabular data.

Marton Trencseni - Sat 09 October 2021 • Tagged with entropy, cross-entropy, joint-entropy, conditional-entropy, relative-entropy, kullback–leibler-diverence

What's the difference between cross entropy, joint entropy, conditional entropy and relative entropy?

Marton Trencseni - Sat 25 September 2021 • Tagged with entropy, interviews, cross-entropy, physics

What's the entropy of a fair coin toss? What if the coin almost always returns Heads? My recruiter reports that very few candidates can answer these entropy related DS screening questions.