Information and Entropy: The Mathematical Relationship
As stated repeatedly, if a system exhibits organsation, it contains information. Since organisation reflects the ordered arrangement of the constituent parts of a system, and since order is in opposition to disorder, it stands to reason that information and disorder are inversely related: The more disordered the system, the less is its information content.
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