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Theory of Information: Fundamentality, Diversity and Unification (World Scientific Series in Information Studies) Paperback – 28 Dec 2009
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"This book is well written. It is very useful to researchers, graduate and undergraduate students from almost all fields of knowledge. It is full of illustrations, examples, discussions, investigations, comparisons, and conclusions. The appendices make the book self-contained."-- Mathematical Reviews
"Researchers and advanced students of information theory and practice will find this book an essential resource for a large variety of methods, techniques and theories in information studies. It is suitable as a textbook in information theory for students of technical, scientific, and mathematical subjects, as well as a supplementary textbook in traditional courses on information theory. Burgin's GTI reveals fascinating relations between matter, knowledge, energy, and information and makes it possible to discuss new types of information such as affective information and effective information in an organized fashion. Both the expert and the general reader will get an essential new ideas and tools with which to understand and use the concept of information." --Joseph E. Brenner, International Center for Transdisciplinary Research, Paris --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
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