A Dynamic Model of Information and Entropy
AbstractWe discuss the possibility of a relativistic relationship between information and entropy, closely analogous to the classical Maxwell electro-magnetic wave equations. Inherent to the analysis is the description of information as residing in points of non-analyticity; yet ultimately also exhibiting a distributed characteristic: additionally analogous, therefore, to the wave-particle duality of light. At cosmological scales our vector differential equations predict conservation of information in black holes, whereas regular- and Z-DNA molecules correspond to helical solutions at microscopic levels. We further propose that regular- and Z-DNA are equivalent to the alternative words chosen from an alphabet to maintain the equilibrium of an information transmission system.
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Parker, M.C.; Walker, S.D. A Dynamic Model of Information and Entropy. Entropy 2010, 12, 80-88.
Parker MC, Walker SD. A Dynamic Model of Information and Entropy. Entropy. 2010; 12(1):80-88.Chicago/Turabian Style
Parker, Michael C.; Walker, Stuart D. 2010. "A Dynamic Model of Information and Entropy." Entropy 12, no. 1: 80-88.