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Information as a fundamental category

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In 2009, the journal Bulletin of the Moscow Region State University. Series: Philosophical Sciences (2009. № 4) published an article by Gagarin VE, Erokhin SV, Ershov VD, Shtepa VI. Information as a fundamental category, pages 31-37. In this article, the authors mention a book by Vasily Yanchilin.

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Authors of the article:

Gagarin Vladimir Evgenievich, Candidate of Geological and Mineralogical Sciences, Senior Research of the Department of Physical Chemistry, Moscow State University; e-mail: Gagarin@labo.ru

Erokhin Semyon Vladimirovich, Candidate of Economic Sciences, Senior Researcher of the Department of Physical Chemistry, Moscow State University; Applicant of the Department of Aesthetics of the Faculty of Philosophy, Moscow State University; e-mail: SErohin@ru.ru

Ershov Valentin Dmitrievich, Candidate of Geological and Mineralogical Sciences, Senior Researcher of the Department of Geocryology, Moscow State University; email: Ershov@labo.ru

Shtepa Viktor Ivanovich, Candidate of Chemical Sciences, Associate Professor, Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Chemistry, Moscow State University; e-mail: victor@shtepa.su

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The page with the mention of the book of Yanchilin:

Page 33

[11] means Yanchilin’s book

The consequence of the Copenhagen interpretation is nonlocal nature of quantum processes, which presupposes the possibility of instantaneous interaction at a distance. In addition, at present there are data on experimental confirmations of the nonlocal character of quantum processes [11: 132-133], and also the concept of discrete motion of a particle [11: 144], which explains the phenomenon of nonlocality, is proposed.

Thus, the process of a particle’s motion in the region of space where the wave function is nonzero from the standpoint of the Copenhagen interpretation and taking into account the discrete nature of its motion can be described as follows: at time t, a particle is at a certain point within the specified region, then it disappears from this point and in an infinitely small time dt appears at another, completely arbitrary point within the same region. In each arbitrarily small but finite time interval, the particle is located at all points of the phase space within which the wave function is non-zero. More precise data on the localization of a particle within a given region can be obtained only as a result of its interaction with a particle having a shorter wavelength [11: 150]. In this case, it is obvious that the accuracy of localization will narrow to the region determined by a wave function of this particle – a wave function of the original particle will be collapsed – i.e. an uncertainty in a location of the initial particle in the phase space will decrease.

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Contents and Abstract:

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 References

  1. Yanchilin VL. The Quantum Theory of Gravitation / V.L. Yanchilin. – Moscow: Editorial URSS, 2002. – 256 p.

  1. Gagarin, S. Erokhin, V. Ershov, V. Shtepa

INFORMATION AS A FUNDAMENTAL CATEGORY

Abstract: Article contains the analysis of different approaches of determination of the notion “Information” and of discovery its essence. It’s noted that all change processes are connected with exchange of information that is the result of interactions of quantum objects. It’s emphasized that information stands in the one row with such fundamental and universal notions as mass and energy, complementing their obviously insufficient binary system to the firm and logic triad one.

Key words: microinformation, macroinformation, non-locality, entropy.

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