Comments on ``Simple Measure for Complexity''
AbstractWe critique the measure of complexity introduced by Shiner, Davison, and Landsberg in Ref. . In particular, we point out that it is over-universal, in the sense that it has the same dependence on disorder for structurally distinct systems. We also point out a misinterpretation of a result given by two of the present authors in Ref. . Submitted to Phys. Rev. E.
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