# Associations to the word «Entropy»

## Noun

- Gibbs
- Shannon
- Neumann
- Equilibrium
- Optimization
- Probability
- Divergence
- Compression
- Estimation
- Kelvin
- Planck
- Fluctuation
- Redundancy
- Mol
- Mechanic
- Uncertainty
- Dispersal
- Decrease
- Password
- Inequality
- Derivation
- Duality
- Constant
- Temperature
- Variable
- Gradient
- Variance
- Theorem
- Maximum
- Coefficient
- Cosmology
- Conformation
- Paradox
- Equation
- Kb
- Energy
- Adsorption
- Generalization
- Mole
- Mechanics
- Viscosity
- Negative
- Constraint
- Molecule
- Complexity
- Universe
- Parameter
- Algorithm
- Approximation
- Surrounding
- Tango
- Formulation
- Transform
- Distribution
- Flux

## Adjective

- Reversible
- Conditional
- Topological
- Quadratic
- Maximum
- Stochastic
- Hydrophobic
- Gaussian
- Quantum
- Discrete
- Maximal
- Microscopic
- Zero
- Differential
- Statistical
- Arithmetic
- Random
- Exponential
- Residual
- Projective
- Constrained
- Additive
- Optimal
- Homogeneous
- Sequential
- Compressed
- Proportional
- Unfavorable
- Thermal
- Variable
- Spontaneous
- Nonlinear
- Invariant
- Rotational
- Finite
- Binary
- Constant

## Adverb

## Wiktionary

ENTROPY, noun. (thermodynamics) (countable)

ENTROPY, noun. Strictly thermodynamic entropy. A measure of the amount of energy in a physical system that cannot be used to do work.

ENTROPY, noun. A measure of the disorder present in a system.

ENTROPY, noun. The capacity factor for thermal energy that is hidden with respect to temperature [1].

ENTROPY, noun. The dispersal of energy; how much energy is spread out in a process, or how widely spread out it becomes, at a specific temperature. [1]

ENTROPY, noun. (statistics) (information theory) (countable) A measure of the amount of information and noise present in a signal. Originally a tongue-in-cheek coinage, has fallen into disuse to avoid confusion with thermodynamic entropy.

ENTROPY, noun. (uncountable) The tendency of a system that is left to itself to descend into chaos.

## Dictionary definition

ENTROPY, noun. (communication theory) a numerical measure of the uncertainty of an outcome; "the signal contained thousands of bits of information".

ENTROPY, noun. (thermodynamics) a thermodynamic quantity representing the amount of energy in a system that is no longer available for doing mechanical work; "entropy increases as matter and energy in the universe degrade to an ultimate state of inert uniformity".

## Wise words

Men govern nothing with more difficulty than their tongues,
and can moderate their desires more than their words.