Information and Meaning: An Evolutionary Perspective

Springer (1997)
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Abstract

Tom Stonier writes from the perspective of a theoretical biologist looking at the evolution of information systems as a basis for studying the phenomena of information, intelligence and meaning. Through his exploration of the 'meaning of meaning', and by looking at how neurons create a brain which understands information inputs and then operates on the information received, he is able to propose a theory of how the brain works and to explore how this theory may be used in the development of information science.

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