Foundations of Information Science (FIS)

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Prudy Prudy  |  18 March 2016 23:44  |  1 reply  |  View topic in separate thread
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Xiaohui Zou  |  28 June 2015 10:26  |  1 reply  |  View topic in separate thread

Fundamental Law of Information:

 
Xiaohui Zou  |  28 June 2015 10:20  |  0 replies  |  View topic in separate thread
Introduction
This article aims to popularly introduce basic law of information - -fundamental theory of generalized bilingual processing.
Bilingual can be divided into three categories: narrow bilingual, such as Chinese and English; alternative bilingual, such as terms and sayings; generalized bilingual, such as mathematical language (arithmetic figures for example) and natural language (Chinese characters for example). They all belong to the generalized text in board sense.1-2
Basic Law of information contains: A, existence of the real basic information as an axiom; B, law of human-computer interaction; and C, law of interpersonal communication.
The core problem is how to resolve ambiguity in translation and machine translation, which is the focus of this article. 3-5

http://blog.sciencenet.cn/blog-94143-894661.html

Geometric Science of Information

 
Frederic Barbaresco  |  16 March 2015 10:44  |  0 replies  |  View topic in separate thread
Webiste of GSI'15 conference, Paris-Saclay University, 28th-30th October 2015:
www.gsi2015.org

Citations

1. Capurro, R.; Hjørland, B. The Concept of Information. In Annual Review of Information Science and Technology; Cronin, B., Ed.; 37th ed.; Information Today: Medford, NJ, USA, 2003; pp. 343-411
2. Capurro, R.; Fleissner, P.; Hofkirchner, W. Is a Unified Theory of Information Feasible? A Trialogue. World Futures. 1997, Vol 49; http://www.capurro.de/trialog.htm
3. Adriaans, P. Information. Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. 2012; http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/information/
4. Barbaresco F. Koszul Information Geometry and Souriau Geometric Temperature/Capacity of Lie Group Thermodynamics. Entropy 2014, 16, 4521-4565
5. Rioul O.; Magossi J.C. On Shannon’s Formula and Hartley’s Rule: Beyond the Mathematical Coincidence. Entropy 2014, 16, 4892-4910
6. Kauffman, S.; Logan, R. K.; Este, R.; Goebel, R.; Hobill, D.; Shmulevich, I. Propagating organization: an enquiry. Biology & Philosophy 2007, 23, 27-45; doi:10.1007/s10539-007-9066-x

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Online discussion group on the foundations of information science. Group members receive a daily summary of new discussions by e-mail (if there are any new discussions or comments). Citations related to information science and information concepts can be added to the "Bibliography" section. Where available, the access to the PDF version of referenced papers can be requested from other users of the group.

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