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Noise may enter from the environment or may be intrinsic to the channel hardware encoded as patterns of air waves and decoded via tiny mechanical movements in the ear. What is the flow of information in the formal scheme of Fig. 1? In the previous chapter we essentially only considered one agent, who himself carried out an operation (such as measuring the length of a piece of wood), which reduced uncertainty and hence resulted in a gain of information according to Eq. 7) and further quantified by Eq.
8)25 ]; 2. Order from order (a process based on templating, such as DNA replication or transcription); 3. Order from noise (microscopic information is given macroscopic expression). The only meaningful way of interpreting the first category is to suppose that the order was implicit in the initial state; hence, it is questionable whether information has actually been generated. 26 Note that copying per se does not lead to an increase in the amount of information. The third category is of genuine interest, for it illuminates problems such as that of the development of the zygote, in which environmental information is given meaningful macroscopic expression, such that we are indeed more complex than the zygotes whence we sprang.
Xm } is the probability of having a certain pattern (arrangement), or m-gram x1 , x2 , . . 15 Examples could be the English texts studied by Shannon; of particular relevance to the topic of this book is the problem of predicting the nucleic acid base 11 Note that most computer languages lack redundancy—a single wrong character in a program will usually cause the program to halt, or not compile. R(a, b) = R(b, a), it is not a true metric and is therefore sometimes called “divergence” rather than “distance”.