Treating communication as information exchange between systems, we employ the most fundamental structure in mathematics, nature and cognition, which is called a named set or a fundamental triad because it has been useful in a variety of areas such as networks and networking, physics, information theory, mathematics, logic, database theory and practice, artificial intelligence, mathematical linguistics, epistemology and methodology of science, to mention but a few. Here we use structural models based on the theory of named sets for description and analysis of interpersonal communication explicating its structural regularities.
Bidirectional named sets as structural models of interpersonal communication
Published: 08 June 2017 by MDPI AG in DIGITALISATION FOR A SUSTAINABLE SOCIETY session The Seventh International Conference on the Foundations of Information Science
Keywords: information, structure, structural information, interaction, correctness, knowledge