On Interrelation of Time and Entropy
AbstractA measure of time is related to the number of ways by which the human correlates the past and the future for some process. On this basis, a connection between time and entropy (information, Boltzmann–Gibbs, and thermodynamic one) is established. This measure gives time such properties as universality, relativity, directionality, and non-uniformity. A number of issues of the modern science related to the finding of laws describing changes in nature are discussed. A special emphasis is made on the role of evolutionary adaptation of an observer to the surrounding world. View Full-Text
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Martyushev, L.M. On Interrelation of Time and Entropy. Entropy 2017, 19, 345.
Martyushev LM. On Interrelation of Time and Entropy. Entropy. 2017; 19(7):345.Chicago/Turabian Style
Martyushev, Leonid M. 2017. "On Interrelation of Time and Entropy." Entropy 19, no. 7: 345.
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