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The Phenomenon of Matter-Independent Knowledge Coding Principles

In this article, from the point of view of the theory of coding and information transfer, the existence of a new type of human interaction with knowledge is proved. This method is characterized by the fact that knowledge, thanks to consciousness, being in a digital code (in computers in the form of BIG DATA), have found a way to independently transfer from one material medium to another. Therefore, along with the usual coding, another phenomenon appeared - matter-independent data coding. This phenomenon is the result of natural selection - the competition of forms of information coding. It is important to mention that in the psyche (in phylogeny) there was no disappearance or replacement of forms of coding knowledge about the surrounding material world. It was the constant addition of new forms of knowledge coding. Every form of knowledge that encodes 3D, 2D or 1D can be transmitted to the human brain for processing (in its nerve tissue). The phenomenon of material reality surrounding a person has always been realized as a three-dimensional phenomenon. However, the model of the phenomenon in the human psyche and the three-dimensional nervous tissue of the brain can be three-dimensional, two-dimensional or one-dimensional. Hence, the coding of zero knowledge is a continuation of the previous forms. This zero coding consistently, persistently and not without success gets rid of the influence of the material medium. Finally, it became a form of coding knowledge, completely independent of the material carrier. For example, cloud technologies and electronic money are becoming a model for matter-independent coding of knowledge. Thus, the emergence of a matter-independent coding has led to the fact that the transfer and storage of digitized knowledge from the past to the future is no longer necessarily carried out with the participation of a person. The brain remains a model of the carrier of consciousness only in material-dependent coding.

BIG DATA, Cloud Technologies, Knowledge Coding, Information Carrier, Knowledge, Matter, Matter-independent Phenomenon

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George Losik, Igor Boyko, Vadim Tkachenko, Oleg Stralchonak, Aliaksandr Nazarau, et al. (2021). The Phenomenon of Matter-Independent Knowledge Coding Principles. American Journal of Software Engineering and Applications, 10(2), 32-35.

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George Losik; Igor Boyko; Vadim Tkachenko; Oleg Stralchonak; Aliaksandr Nazarau, et al. The Phenomenon of Matter-Independent Knowledge Coding Principles. Am. J. Softw. Eng. Appl. 2021, 10(2), 32-35. doi: 10.11648/j.ajsea.20211002.12

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George Losik, Igor Boyko, Vadim Tkachenko, Oleg Stralchonak, Aliaksandr Nazarau, et al. The Phenomenon of Matter-Independent Knowledge Coding Principles. Am J Softw Eng Appl. 2021;10(2):32-35. doi: 10.11648/j.ajsea.20211002.12

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