hartley

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Named after Ralph Hartley (1888–1970), electronics researcher.

Noun[edit]

hartley (plural hartleys)

  1. A unit of information (symbol Hart) representing the information content of an event if the probability of that event occurring is 1/10. It is therefore equal to the information contained in one decimal digit.

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