The Quest for a Unified Theory of Information: Proceedings of the Second International Conference on the Foundations of Information Science

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Wolfgang Hofkirchner
Psychology Press, 1999 - 590 Seiten
 

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Inhalt

A Note on Evolution
1
Is a Unified Theory of Information Feasible?
9
Resurrection of the Cartesian Physics
31
Information Science as a Paradigmatic Instance
45
What Is a Possible Ontological and Epistemological
79
Cartesian Cut Heisenberg Cut and
123
Definition Origin and Evolution
149
A Unifying Typology of Information
159
Information and the Complementarity Game
305
Structural and Functional Information
315
Information Processing as an Intrinsic Property
351
Cell Molecular Quantum Computer
363
The Natural History of Information Processors
371
The Evolution of Consciousness as a SelfOrganizing
387
The Feigenbaum Scenario in a Unified Science
411
Function Support as an Information Systems
463

Dimensional Symmetry Breaking Information
179
Some Considerations About Interaction
189
An Extension of
197
Towards a Prototheory of Informulation
215
The Rise of Information in an Evolutionary Universe
231
The Overall Pattern of the Evolution
241
Degeneracy of the Local Structure Renormalizing
277
Quantum Information in an Evolutionary Perspective
293
Interaction Information and Meaning
477
The Structure of Communities
489
The Role of Variety in the Evolution
499
Knowledge in the Information Society
513
Measuring the Complexity
553
Index of Names
581
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