Shannon was dealing with the problem of mutually compatible encodings such as comes up in the theory of cyphers etc, and arises in the control of machines a la Wiener. He adopted the term 'Information Theory' at the suggestion of Jon Von Neumann, and everyone accepted the appellation. What an
Alex a main problem I see with Brillouin (the same as with Shannon) https://www.bibnum.education.fr/calculinformatique/theorie-de-l-information/naissance-de-la-theorie-de-l-information is that he speaks about the transmission of information (with regard to Shannon), while in fact it is a message
John, I read the English translation of Science and Information theory in 1976 and was profoundly influenced by it. I started doing so because I was trying to understand conscious awareness at that time, and it struck me that information theory was the closest thing to it in science at the time.
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My responses are in red Bien reçu votre message. MERCI. Cordialement. M. Godron Le 08/07/2016 à 14:42, Pedro C. Marijuan a écrit : Dear FIS Colleagues, Some brief responses to the different parties: Marcus: there were several sessions dealing with info physics, where I remember some
Dear FIS Colleagues, Some brief responses to the different parties: Marcus: there were several sessions dealing with info physics, where I remember some historical connotations with mechanics emerged. Mostly 1998 and 2002 chaired by Koichiro Matsuno and 2004 by Michel Petitjean. Afterwards