Quanta: a Language for Modeling and Manipulating Information Structures

@article{Long2003QuantaAL,
  title={Quanta: a Language for Modeling and Manipulating Information Structures},
  author={Bruce Long},
  journal={CoRR},
  year={2003},
  volume={cs.LO/0306038}
}
Abstract. We present a theory for modeling the structure of information and a language (Quanta) expressing the theory. Unlike Shannon’s information theory, which focuses on the amount of information in an information system, we focus on the structure of the information in the system. For example, we can model the information structure corresponding to an algorithm or a physical process such as the structure of a quantum interaction. After a brief discussion of the relation between an evolving… CONTINUE READING

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