Re: [Fis] Neuroinformation?

2014-12-05 Thread Pedro C. Marijuan
Dear Carolina and FIS colleagues, Many thanks for your questions. They have motivated quite interesting responses--I agree with the very cogent comments raised. Only a few further matters to consider about neuroinformation. First, TOPOLOGY. I think all the mappings, gradients, inversions,

Re: [Fis] Neuroinformation?

2014-12-05 Thread Dino Buzzetti
Dear FISers, This discussion stirs reminiscences in me that go back to my readings in medieval philosophy. Please put up with me if I recall them to you. First, Peter Abelard — 12th century — gave a statue as an example of what a universal (information?) is. A sculptor working on a marble

[Fis] Information-as-Process

2014-12-05 Thread Joseph Brenner
Dear Carolina, Bob L., Bob U., Sören and Krassimir, First of all thanks to Carolina for having launched a most interesting thread, of which I have changed the title since the issues are broader than that of Neuroinformation alone, as Francesco has noted. My first point is a response to

Re: [Fis] Neuroinformation?

2014-12-05 Thread Bob Logan
Cara Francesco - I enjoyed your post, particularly your sentence: Un'opera d'arte o un bene culturale è nello stesso tempo informato e informatore. I interpreted it to mean a work of art or a cultural good is at the same time informed and an informer. In other words it is informed and it

Re: [Fis] Neuroinformation?

2014-12-05 Thread Guy A Hoelzer
Hi All, Like many here, I am very interested in the notion of neuroinformation and the contrast between information as static pattern or temporal process. I want to suggest a way to think of the static and process views of information as identical concepts. I take the static view to be