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Information and Meaning

By Christophe Menant

Abstract

We propose here to clarify some of the relations existing between information and meaning by showing how meaningful information can be generated by a system submitted to a constraint. We build up definitions and properties for meaningful information, a meaning generator system and the domain of efficiency of a meaning (to cover cases of meaningful information transmission). Basic notions of information processing are used

Topics: Evolution, Epistemology
Year: 2003
OAI identifier: oai:cogprints.org:3694

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