Process, Information Theory And The Creation Of Systems

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Process, Information Theory and the Creation of Systems

Introduction
1- The Relevance of Theory
2- Information Theories and Reading Frames
3- How much Information Can Be Stored in a Piece of Matter?
4- Whitehead‘s Process Philosophy
5- Philosophy and Natural Science
6- Component-Systems
7- Referential and Nonreferential Information
8- Where is Information Stored in Systems?
9- Computation. Construction and Self-Reference
10- Conclusion

Introduction:
This chapter is discussing the point of view that information has two different phases
1- Recording and owning the Knowledge.
2- Actions to bring the process forward.
Both of the phases are important to each other.
Information started theoretically and technically in a practical way, that restrict the attention to the transition and processing of information and the required effective resources.
Shannon Theory, discussed the possible usage of information to define the required transmission Channels’ bandwidth of high frequency transmission channels.
Also Ashby discussed the required controllers for each control system.
There is a well known wrong assumption that information forms with the aid of what achieved at the highest level of abstraction.
As well as the uncertain statement (Information theory is a theory of information) which caused a severe damage to the knowledge process universally. Also Shannon warned from the assumptions that consider theories deal alone with the measure that is determinable with a certain given…
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