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Notae ASCII quibus verbum "Wikipedia" systemate binario numeri scribitur. Hoc systemate binario omnes informationes apud computatra scribuntur.

Informatio sensu latissimo in philosophia, scientia, ingeniaria et specialiter informatica plerumque dicitur omnis res data quae ab intellectu elaborata exhibita est. Complectitur

et omnia quae necesse sunt ut homines rebus datis uti possint:

  • ordinationem harum rerum,
  • existimationem et analysim harum rerum,
  • theorias et rationes quibus hae existimationes fieri possint.

Res ab experientia receptae plerumque dignoscuntur in

  • data verificanda et
  • facta quae iam verificata sunt.

Theoriam informationis Claude Elwood Shannon instituit.

In re militari, informatio ab intellegentia sic dignoscitur: intellegentia complectitur informationem, modos quibus hae informationes obtineantur, et consilia specialia ab hac informatione derivata.

In re biologica, informatio genetica in genis conservata et propagata species distinguit alteras ex alteris.

In re informatica, informatio plerumque dicitur omne datum mutabile quod fasciculo et memoria computatralis scribitur vel quod ab apparatu de re circumiecta datur. Informationis technologia est scientia vel potius technologia datorum conservationis, transmissionis, generaliter tractationis, praecipue per computatra.

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Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

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  • Lin, Shu-Kun. 2008. "Gibbs Paradox and the Concepts of Information, Symmetry, Similarity and Their Relationship." Entropy 10 (1): 1–5. arXiv:0803.2571. Bibcode:2008Entrp..10....1L. doi:10.3390/entropy-e10010001. S2CID 41159530. Pagina prima.
  • Liu, Alan. 2004. The Laws of Cool: Knowledge Work and the Culture of Information. Sicagi: University of Chicago Press.
  • Logan, Robert K. What is Information? - Propagating Organization in the Biosphere, the Symbolosphere, the Technosphere and the Econosphere. Toronto: DEMO Publishing.
  • Nielsen, Sandro. 2008. "The Effect of Lexicographical Information Costs on Dictionary Making and Use." Lexikos 18: 170–89.
  • Shannon, Claude. 1949. The Mathematical Theory of Communication. Urbanae: University of Illinois Press.
  • Soni, Jimmy, et Rob Goodman. 2017. A Mind at Play: How Claude Shannon Invented the Information Age. Novi Eboraci: Simon & Schuster.
  • Stewart, Thomas. 2001. Wealth of Knowledge. Novi Eboraci: Doubleday.
  • Young, Paul. 1987. The Nature of Information. Westport Connecticutae: Greenwood Publishing Group. ISBN 978-0-275-92698-4.

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