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An Algorithmic Approach to Information and Meaning

Zenil, Hector (2011) An Algorithmic Approach to Information and Meaning. [Preprint]

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While it is legitimate to study ideas and concepts related to information in their broadest sense, that formal approaches properly belong in specific contexts is a fact that is too often ignored. That their use outside these contexts amounts to misuse or imprecise use cannot and should not be overlooked. This paper presents a framework based on algorithmic information theory for discussing concepts of relevance to information in philosophical contexts. Special attention will be paid to the intersection of syntactic and semantic variants and connections.

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Item Type: Preprint
Keywords: information theory, meaning, algorithmic randomness and complexity, logical depth, philosophy of information
Subjects: Specific Sciences > Computation/Information
Depositing User: Dr. Hector Zenil
Date Deposited: 10 Jul 2011 14:16
Last Modified: 19 Jul 2011 14:42
Item ID: 8712
Subjects: Specific Sciences > Computation/Information
Date: 2011

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