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NOTES 1. The argument also applies to binary variables, as will be demonstrated below. 2. Shannon (1948) actually used H to denote entropy, but in the segregation literature, H is reserved for the Entropy Index of Segregation while E usually denotes the entropy, that is, diversity, score of groups or the system as a whole. 3. Similar measures using other metrics have been proposed, including the ratio of neighborhood and individual variance of log income (Ioannides, 2004) and coefﬁcients of variation (Hardman & Ioannides, 2004).
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Occupational and Residential Segregation, Volume 17 by Jacques Silber, Yves Fluckiger, Sean F. Reardon