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Conditional Feedback Information Theory (CFIT)
Trapped inside our own construct 2002
About the image:
The image represents our inability to perceive outside our own construct; The ability to see what we are beyond the limits which our synapse's fire. We are alltrapped inside the world of our own creation. Fortunately, we have the ability toanalyze this creation of ours (the book I am looking at). However, attempts to leap outside of the cube lead to utter darkness. Why am I naked? Simply to implypurity(I would have shaved if I had the forethought).
It draws the eye to consider a deeper meaning. Adding clothes is unnecessary and would cloud the type of observation intended. I think I'll title it "trapped inside our own construct"
CFIT can cause some Irreversibility. This is not by any term of the word a bad thing. It simply means you will learn something that may have a permanent affect on how you perceive your world. This change in perception can be stomached easily. Do not think on the same plane of the concepts; think on a plane different than what the concepts will confine or allow. These concepts should have nothing more than a minuscule effect on your normal behavior, lifestyle, and attitude toward life. Unless you exhibit anIgnorant or a Vacuum function for this following intake, the information theory that follows will have some effect that is inevitable. That effect will feedback into the system of your perception. The effect that information theory has on you should be Conditional or Equal. If nothing that you just read turns out true when you finish reading, then I improperly conveyed the information which follows. With that said, it is important to understand what you, the observer, has to do with information theory.
More about the information functions Ignorant, Vacuum, Conditional, etc., are defined in Chapter III: Axioms.
It has been touted discredit to information theory when the theory creator is considered in the equation. How can a creator of information theory have a valid theory when all it can know is the result of what goes on in the mind in response to what it receives as its external environment?
Self Examination 2001
Well, it is at least given that the theory is only valid as long as it works in the confinements of our perception.
The question has a similar parallel. Can a ruler measure something smaller than its unit? Of course not with precision. The ruler could only say, 'it is less than what I measure.' Likewise it is to say 'I cannot predict the position of a quark and its momentum at a single instant' or that 'I cannot always expect a gain on a day trade.' Unlike the weather, which is less in affect by our daily activities, the observation of objects effected by our detection and the change in a stock effected by our buying and selling are in correlation to the pattern of our detection or action on our perception. This correlation that paddles all aspects of life is an integral process for perpetual existence and non randomness, that being feedback.
The question has a similar parallel. Can a ruler measure something smaller than its unit? Of course not with precision. The ruler could only say, 'it is less than what I measure' with confidants. Likewise it is to say 'I cannot predict the position of a quark and its momentum at a single instant' or that 'I cannot always expect a gain on a day trade.' Unlike the weather, which is less in affect by our daily activities, the observation of objects effected by our detection and the change in a stock effected by our buying and selling are in correlation to the pattern of our detection or action on our perception. This correlation that paddles all aspects of life is an integral process for perpetual existence and non randomness, that being feedback.
With an abundance of data, may it be a collection of quarks or a sheet list of day to day stock changes, under similar circumstances with respect to the data, the ruler can measure a known quantity of that thing smaller than it's unit and of somewhat equal measure can the ruler measure the sum of the heights and return a value then to be divided by the quantity. But this method is only persistent for a short time since the mechanism involved in the feedback is constantly changing and sometimes evolving to something new or the mechanism is becoming extinct.
...to be continued...
Information are processes. Processes are controlled by processors. Processors are a casual assimilation of processes. Thereby processes that are controlled by themselves results in feedback. The feedback is the processor and the information is the process.
The following is a categorization of the processor's behavior or the different types of feedback that can occur in an information study.
Metal and Flesh 2001
Reoccurring questions surround realms of conscious and unconscious activity especially when differences between life and matter are to be examined. The question that would bare all answers is what is this activity?
Conscious and unconscious states are composed of many processors. Do these processors have dependencies? To ask we might want to ask what processors are required to sustain the conscious and unconscious states.
What is accepted conjecture about the process of the processors is that no central clock commands these processes. Rather it appears that these processors operate on the condition they receive input from another process. This appearance is present in the examination of information flow in the universal: Simply our algorithm is causal and not formulate. This is argued, however, that our perceptive tools being an artifact of this algorithm, we cannot examine what might be a central clock without having immeasurable effects to our sample. Therefor, we cannot prove that our algorithm is formulative nor can we disprove that our algorithm is causal. However, for the sake of our perceptive tools, our algorithm is causal for most endeavors.