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ex Hankey <alexhan...@gmail.com> Sent: Saturday, January 13, 2018 12:24 AM To: Sungchul Ji Cc: Emanuel Diamant; email@example.com Subject: Re: [Fis] I salute to Sungchul And what about the Kinds of Information that you cannot put in a data set? The information that makes you turn your head
Hi all, I would be very encouraged if we are trying to develop beyond mere lists of different uses of the term 'information' TO structured taxonomies of distinct types of information TO a generative logic of how these distinct modes of a complex information relationship are interrelated.
And what about the Kinds of Information that you cannot put in a data set? The information that makes you turn your head and meet the gaze of someone staring at you. No one could do that, which we humans and all animals do constantly, unless we had received such information at a subliminal level
Hi Emmanuel and FISers, Thank you, Emmanuel, for your generous remarks. It is heartening to know that our ideas converge, although we carried out our research independently of each other, a clear example of consilience. (1) I like and agree with the Kolomogorov quote you cited in :
Dear Emanuel, The two types are sometimes also called "Shannon-type" versus "Bateson-type" information. In Chinese, there are two words for "information". Both words contain two characters as depicted in Figure 13.1. The above one, ‘sjin sji’, corresponds to the mathematical definition of