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Exploring the Neighborhood of q-Exponentials

The q-exponential form exq[1+(1q)x]1/(1q)(ex1=ex) is obtained by optimizing the nonadditive entropy Sqk1ipqiq1 (with S1=SBGkipilnpi, where BG stands for Boltzmann–Gibbs) under simple constraints, and emerges in wide classes of natural, artificial and social complex systems. However, in experiments, observations and numerical calculations, it rarely appears in its pure mathematical form.

It appears instead exhibiting crossovers to, or mixed with, other similar forms. We first discuss departures from q-exponentials within crossover statistics, or by linearly combining them, or by linearly combining the corresponding q-entropies. Then, we discuss departures originated by double-index nonadditive entropies containing Sq as particular case.

H. Lima, C. Tsallis, Exploring the Neighborhood of q-Exponentials, Entropy 22(12) (2020) 1402.


Constantino Tsallis, External Faculty at the Complexity Science Hub, celebrates his 80th birthday

Constantino Tsallis

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