3 years ago

What is the Observer generated information process?.

Vladimir S. Lerner

Up to now information and information process have no scientifically conclusive definitions, neither implicit origin. They emerge in observing random process of multiple impulses interactive yes-no actions modeling information Bit. Impulse observation runs axiomatic probabilities of random field linking Kolmogorov 0-1 law and Bayes probabilities in Markov process. The axiomatic field connects sets of possible and actual events, their probabilities. Field energy covers actual events. This triad specifies the observation. These objective probabilities, as immanent part of the process, virtually observe and measure Markov correlation connecting states in the observing process. Observing 0-1 probabilities discretely change the entropy of correlation generating the probabilistic impulses, which affect the Markov probabilistic observation. Each observing impulse cuts entropy of Markov process equivalent impulse virtually observing entropy-uncertainty hidden in the cutting correlation. Cutting entropy decreases the Markov impulse entropy and increases the entropy of observing impulse. Such multiple interactions minimize uncertainty of the Markov process and maximize entropy of each following observing impulse. When observing probability approaches 1, the cutting entropy automatically converts to information. Multiple interacting Bits self-organize information process encoding information causality, logic and complexity. Both information and information process emerge as phenomena of natural interaction while each specific field triad generates information process creating its observer.

Publisher URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/1602.05129

DOI: arXiv:1602.05129v3

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