Anthropological Information About a Message Variability
Mathematics and Computer Science
Volume 5, Issue 1, January 2020, Pages: 1-9
Received: Dec. 6, 2019;
Accepted: Dec. 30, 2019;
Published: Jan. 30, 2020
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George Losik, United Institute of Informatics Problems of Academy of Science of Belarus, Minsk, Belarus
Igor Boyko, United Institute of Informatics Problems of Academy of Science of Belarus, Minsk, Belarus
Vadim Tkachenko, United Institute of Informatics Problems of Academy of Science of Belarus, Minsk, Belarus
Boris Potapov, United Institute of Informatics Problems of Academy of Science of Belarus, Minsk, Belarus
Yury Vilchuk, United Institute of Informatics Problems of Academy of Science of Belarus, Minsk, Belarus
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The article represents a particular case in the field of the theory of a message encoding and decoding when the message is transmitted from a transmitter to a receiver. In this case human plays a role of the transmitter and receiver. From the positions of the theory of coding and the theory of pattern recognition, considers the phenomenon of anthropological similarity in the anatomical structure of the human sensory-motor system. There is illustration of the importance of the topological similarity of the transmitter and receiver as a source of additional information on the example of an anthropological (species) similarity of the auditory and articulation systems. The results of experiments support the idea the receiver receives additional information or anthropological information about the message, which is decoded not from the message, but from a physical structure of the receiver. Such a transfer is possible with reference to information about human means, articulations, facial expressions and pantomimic poses. It is concluded, in order to convey the knowledge, the physical structure of the information carrier about this knowledge must be the same for the transmitter of the message and the receiver; in other cases, genesis of this additional information a priori impossible.
Information, Coding, Message Transmitter, Message Receiver, Anthropological Similarity
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