mid-15c., "impartial treatment;" 1610s, "equal ranking;" from Latin aequiparationem (nominative aequiparatio) "an equalizing, comparison," from past participle stem of aequiparare "put on equality, compare," from aequipar "equal, alike," from aequus "equal, even" (see equal (adj.)) + par (see par (n.)). Related: Equiparate.
1. This is a simple example of the equipartition theorem at work.
2. The equipartition principle is a part of classical physics.
3. This is the rigorous statement of the principle of the equipartition of energy.
4. In this paper, we study the asymptotic equipartition property ( AEP ) form order nonhomogeneous Markov information source.
5. Law of equipartition of energy is proved by the promotion of Boltzmann distribution Law.