Statistical State of A System


Practically every information system has to process not a single piece of information but a train of them. Processing the train as a whole we could exploit all properties of its components, particularly any relationships between them, and consequently minimize the information-processing resources required for each component of the train. To process a train as a whole sufficiently large resources must be available. However, the resources are usually limited. Then it is natural to divide the primary train of pieces of information into blocs and to process each bloc separately but according to a rule that takes into account the properties of the whole train. This is called bloc wise processing.


Continuous State Statistical Regularity Potential Form Primary State Discrete State 
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