Extending Information Theory to Model Developmental Dysfunction†
AbstractA combination of directed homotopy topological and Morse theoretic methods can significantly extend control and information theories, permitting deeper understanding of `developmental’ pathologies afflicting a broad spectrum of biological, psychological, socioeconomic, machine, and hybrid processes across different time scales and levels of organization. Such pathologies emerge as phase transitions driven by synergistic forms of environmental insult under stochastic circumstances, causing `comorbid condensations’ through groupoid symmetry breaking. The resulting statistical models should be useful for the analysis of experimental and observational data in many fields.
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Wallace, R. Extending Information Theory to Model Developmental Dysfunction. Proceedings 2017, 1, 202.
Wallace R. Extending Information Theory to Model Developmental Dysfunction. Proceedings. 2017; 1(3):202.Chicago/Turabian Style
Wallace, Rodrick. 2017. "Extending Information Theory to Model Developmental Dysfunction." Proceedings 1, no. 3: 202.
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