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Les Hatton , Greg Warr

2018a

Conservation of Information in Proteins, Software, Music, Texts, the Universe and Chocolate Boxes

Presented at NIST Boulder Colorado, 06 Mar 2018Heiland_07-Mar-2018.pdf

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This is a detailed paper showing the application of the complete theory of CoHSI (Conservation of Hartley-Shannon Information) to a variety of discrete systems showing there essential similarity in its 9-year gestation. The theory initially produced the power-law tail widely observed in these systems but there are other mechanisms capable of doing this. In contrast, CoHSI with no further assumptions is also able to predict the very pointed onset to a unimodal peak for small components. This follows directly from the Chocolate Box function.Note that this picks up the Heiland lecture the day after.11

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