Unity-Based Diversity: System Approach to Defining Information
AbstractWhat is information? This is the first question that information science should answer clearly. However, the definitions of information have been so diversified that people are questioning if there is any unity among the diversity, leading to a suspicion on whether it is possible to establish a unified theory of information or not. To answer this question, a system approach to defining information is introduced in this paper. It is proved that the unity of information definitions can be maintained with this approach. As a by-product, an important concept, the information eco-system, was also achieved. View Full-Text
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Zhong, Y. Unity-Based Diversity: System Approach to Defining Information. Information 2011, 2, 406-416.
Zhong Y. Unity-Based Diversity: System Approach to Defining Information. Information. 2011; 2(3):406-416.Chicago/Turabian Style
Zhong, Yixin. 2011. "Unity-Based Diversity: System Approach to Defining Information." Information 2, no. 3: 406-416.