# Monthly Archives: October 2014

## Frankl, My Dear • 8

Re: Dick Lipton & Ken Regan • (1) • (2) (4) Figure 4 shows the eight terms of the tacit extension as arcs, arrows, or directed edges in the venn diagram of the original proposition Each term of the tacit extension … Continue reading

## Frankl, My Dear • 7

Re: Dick Lipton & Ken Regan • (1) • (2) We continue with the differential analysis of the proposition in Example 1. Example 1 (1) A proposition defined on one universe of discourse has natural extensions to larger universes of discourse. … Continue reading

## Frankl, My Dear • 6

Re: Dick Lipton & Ken Regan • (1) • (2) (3) Figure 3 shows the eight terms of the enlarged proposition as arcs, arrows, or directed edges in the venn diagram of the original proposition Each term of the enlargement corresponds … Continue reading

## Frankl, My Dear • 5

Re: Dick Lipton & Ken Regan • (1) • (2) Putting all thought of the Frankl Conjecture out of our minds for the moment, let’s return to the proposition in Example 1 and work through its differential analysis from scratch. Example … Continue reading

## Semiotic Theory Of Information • 6

2014 Oct 14 Through the 1970s I gradually recovered from my early traumas with Fortran, and with the aid of more symbol-friendly programming languages like Lisp and Pascal began to play around again with implementing simple forms of graphical calculi … Continue reading

## Semiotic Theory Of Information • 5

2014 Oct 09 I will continue assembling an assortment of background materials and links to other resources that I think are useful in understanding Peirce’s notion of information and how it has the potential to extend and generalize both our … Continue reading

## Semiotic Theory Of Information • 4

2014 Oct 08 “Let us now return to the information.”  To coin a phrase.  This time around we come to Peirce’s notion of information in a critical and recurring passage that Frederik Stjernfelt takes as the next stepping stone from … Continue reading

## Semiotic Theory Of Information • 3

2014 Oct 08 Re: Resources On Peircean Information Theory • (1) • (2) In trying to remember why I started this thread, I traced it back to the point when various notions of information came up in Chapter 3.3 of … Continue reading

## Semiotic Theory Of Information • 2

2014 Oct 06 Some portions of a paper Susan Awbrey and I presented at a Society for Applied Learning Technology conference in 1990 may be relevant at this juncture. Exploring Research Data Interactively • Theme One • A Program of … Continue reading

## Semiotic Theory Of Information • 1

2014 Oct 06 On the subject of Peirce’s laws of information — or the semiotic theory of information — here are a few links that come to mind for possible future reference: Semiotic Information Information = Comprehension × Extension And … Continue reading