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- Information theory
- Science and Information Theory: Second Edition
- Negentropy
- Brillouin, Science and Information Theory

*In information theory and statistics , negentropy is used as a measure of distance to normality. Buckminster Fuller tried to popularize this usage, but negentropy remains common. In a note to What is Life?*

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Information theory is the scientific study of the quantification , storage , and communication of information. The field was fundamentally established by the works of Harry Nyquist and Ralph Hartley , in the s, and Claude Shannon in the s. The field is at the intersection of probability theory , statistics , computer science, statistical mechanics , information engineering , and electrical engineering. A key measure in information theory is entropy. Entropy quantifies the amount of uncertainty involved in the value of a random variable or the outcome of a random process.

How is it possible to formulate a scientific theory of information? The first requirement is to start from a precise definition. Science begins when the meaning of the.

*This is a very remarkable point of view, and it opens the way for some important generalizations of the notion of entropy. Wiener introduces a precise mathematical definition of this new negative entropy for a certain number of problems of communication, and discusses the question of time prediction: when we possess a certain number of data about the behavior of a system in the past, how much can we predict of the behavior of that system in the future? In addition to these brilliant considerations, Wiener definitely indicates the need for an extension of the notion of entropy.*

By Leon Brillouin. In the first chapter it was shown that the measure of information as the amount of uncertainty which existed before a choice was made, was precise, but necessarily restrictive. Thus, for example, the Value of the information could not be included in such a measure. It was also shown that if unequal a priori probabilities existed for the possible choices, then these a priori probabilities may be interpreted as being constraints on our choice, the end result being a decrease in the amount of information. Thus, if the a priori probabilities are p 1, p2, …, pj , … for symbols 1 , 2 ,…, j , …, respectively, then the amount of information per symbol was shown to be [Eq. This equation was obtained, in effect, from the formula for information per symbol, when the choice had no constraints :.

For years, links between entropy and information of a system have been proposed, but their changes in time and in their probabilistic structural states have not been proved in a robust model as a unique process. This document demonstrates that increasement in entropy and information of a system are the two paths for changes in its configuration status. Biological evolution also has a trend toward information accumulation and complexity.

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