Re: [Fis] a limited response

2017-03-30 Thread Andrew Fingelkurts / BM-Science
Dear FIS colleagues, Being not a mathematician or a physicist, I would also apologise for potentially not accurate usage of the term 'information'. At the same time I tend to accept the below mentioned definition that "Information is a description of structures observable in a given data set".

[Fis] MODERATION NOTE Re: Causation is transfer of information

2017-03-30 Thread Pedro C. Marijuan
To ALL discussants: Please, take into account that posting in this list is restricted to two messages per week. It is the Second Rule of our info club... Best--Pedro Fis List moderator El 30/03/2017 a las 11:12, John Collier escribió: Dear Hector, Personally I agree that algorithmic

Re: [Fis] Causation is transfer of information

2017-03-30 Thread Hector Zenil
Dear John et al. Some comments below: On Thu, Mar 30, 2017 at 9:47 AM, John Collier wrote: > I think we should try to categorize and relate information concepts rather > than trying to decide which is the “right one”. I have tried to do this by > looking at various uses of

Re: [Fis] Causation is transfer of information

2017-03-30 Thread John Collier
Interesting papers. I have a few remarks, but no time right now. I heartily agree with your general point. John Collier Emeritus Professor and Senior Research Associate Philosophy, University of KwaZulu-Natal http://web.ncf.ca/collier From: Hector Zenil [mailto:hzen...@gmail.com] Sent:

Re: [Fis] Causation is transfer of information

2017-03-30 Thread Sungchul Ji
Hi Soeren and FISers, (1) Tychism is intrinsic to the Planckian information, since it is defined as the binary logarithm of the ratio of the area under the curve (AUC) of the Planckian distribution (PDE) over the AUC of the Gaussian-like Equation (GLE): I_P = log