Re: [Fis] Neuroinformation?

2014-12-04 Thread Joseph Brenner
Dear Dr. Isiegas, I will add my support to the extended concept of information that inheres in the work of Robert Ulanowicz and John Collier. I would just add that I like to call it information-as-process, to call attention to its 'structure' being dynamic, with individual neurones involved

[Fis] FIS is now officially using Sciforum - http://fis.sciforum.net/

2014-12-04 Thread Pedro C. Marijuan
Dear FIS colleagues (Fishers?), Some good news, FIS is now officially using Sciforum web pages at: http://fis.sciforum.net/ As I explained months ago, after the nasty computer crash at the University of Zaragoza, we have finally arranged the new official fis web site, in a 2.0 format that we

Re: [Fis] Neuroinformation?

2014-12-04 Thread Krassimir Markov
Dear Pedro, Carolina and FIS Colleagues, Firstly I want to congratulate Pedro and team for new FIS web site! It looks nice and I am sure it will be useful tool for all of us. Secondly – what is Neuroinformation? From point of view of General Information Theory, it is needed a Subject for

Re: [Fis] Neuroinformation?

2014-12-04 Thread Bob Logan
Dear all - I support Joseph's remarks and would suggest that information in general is a process that unfortunately is formulated as a noun. Inspired by Bucky Fuller's I think I am a verb I suggest that Information is a verb It is a verb because it describes a process. Although that solves one

Re: [Fis] Neuroinformation?

2014-12-04 Thread Krassimir Markov
Dear Bob, I think, there is no conflict between two points of view – information may be a process and it may be a static depending of what kind of reflection it is. For instance, we reflect the world around: - as static - by photos, art images, sculptures, etc.; - as dynamic - by movies, theater

Re: [Fis] Neuroinformation?

2014-12-04 Thread Francesco Rizzo
Cari Tutti, Krassimir Markov ha ragione. L'informazione è un processo spazio-temporale statico-dinamico. Un'opera d'arte o un bene culturale è nello stesso tempo informato e informatore.Per questo è meglio parlare di tras-informazione. La Neuroinformation è la più alta e completa forma di