Effective complexity

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Effective complexity is a measure of complexity defined in a 2003 paper by Murray Gell-Mann and Seth Lloyd that attempts to measure the amount of non-random information in a system.[1] It has been criticised as being dependent on the subjective decisions made as to which parts of the information in the system are to be discounted as random.[2]


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