Information: Subjective or Objective?†
AbstractWe consider the derivation of information in both organic and inorganic systems, that is both for organisms and solid state physics, and conclude that information is always subjective, although this presents less of a problem in inorganic systems, where the simplicity of a measurement’s ecosystem implies that information tends towards being objective.
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Cottam, R.; Ranson, W.; Vounckx, R. Information: Subjective or Objective? Proceedings 2017, 1, 63.
Cottam R, Ranson W, Vounckx R. Information: Subjective or Objective? Proceedings. 2017; 1(3):63.Chicago/Turabian Style
Cottam, Ron; Ranson, Willy; Vounckx, Roger. 2017. "Information: Subjective or Objective?" Proceedings 1, no. 3: 63.
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