Bidirectional Named Sets as Structural Models of Interpersonal Communication†
AbstractTreating 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.
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Burgin, M. Bidirectional Named Sets as Structural Models of Interpersonal Communication. Proceedings 2017, 1, 58.
Burgin M. Bidirectional Named Sets as Structural Models of Interpersonal Communication. Proceedings. 2017; 1(3):58.Chicago/Turabian Style
Burgin, Mark. 2017. "Bidirectional Named Sets as Structural Models of Interpersonal Communication." Proceedings 1, no. 3: 58.
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