Add this Tag for questions on information theory applied to physics, especially in the fields of statistical mechanics and thermodynamics, the black hole information paradox, complexity of dynamical and physical systems and questions to do with whether information is conserved by physical systems. ...
We Now From Information Theory That Entropy Of Functions Of A Random Variable $X$ Is Less Than Or Equal To The Entropy Of $X$. Does It Break The Second Law Of Thermodynamic?
Holographic principle states that world is a hologram. Every 3D object has 2D information. As there is lot of matter in the universe, I am thinking how we can describe 3D objects using 2D information, ...
Is information propagated in any other way than waves? Please distinguish "propagation across a medium" from information "storage within stable states of matter", which might difuse or interact ...
Quantum Information Theory is a very much discussed term in Theoretical Physics, Information Science and Mathematics. Till now nearly 50 years after first definitions we have no usage in Computer ...
To better describe my question, do the following experiment: Calculate x=12+26+67+71 Now you might have spent some time in getting the answer. You burnt sugar, you used up energy to get the ...