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On the dynamics of physical interactive information systems
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\author
Denis V.Juriev
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\affil
``Thalassa Aitheria'' Research Center for Mathematical Physics
and Informatics,\linebreak
ul.Miklukho-Maklaya 20-180, Moscow 117437 Russia.\linebreak
E-mail: denis\@juriev.msk.ru
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\date December, 1996\enddate
\abstract The dynamical aspects of the physical interactive information
systems are discussed. The dynamical hypothesis based on the Faradey--Maxwell
``short--range action'' ideas is formulated.
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This short note being devoted to the dynamics of the interactive
systems may be considered as a addendum to the article [1], where
the kinematical aspects of such systems were discussed. All ideological
motivations should be found in the least paper.
One of the open questions, which was formulated in the article [1], is
why the kinematical description of the physical interactive systems
proposed there is possible. To give an answer one should to discuss the
dynamical aspects of such systems. It means to describe the nature of
physical forces, which govern the processes in the interactive
information systems. As it was clarified in the paper [1] the physics of
the information media, structures and systems has deal with the
subject--object interactions so that the subject is essentially
integrated into the physical picture. Such interactions are described
in terms of observations and intentions, however the physical dynamical
agent of such interactions was not specified. Experimentally, the
interactions manifest themselves by the subject--object scattering.
The analysis of the real systems allows to state that such scattering
is as a rule nonpotential and the interactions are not Hamiltonian.
This fact admits a dynamical interpretations in terms of the Faradey-Maxwell
``short-range action'' dynamical ideas based on the concept of a field.
\proclaim{The Dynamical Hypothesis} The subject--object interactions are
realized by means of the dynamical medium, the ``field of forces'', which
will be called ``m\B ay\B a''.
\endproclaim
The term ``m\B ay\B a'' has the original sense being very closed to one
specified in the dynamical hypothesis.
The natural consequence of the dynamical hypothesis is the presence of the
free states of ``m\B ay\B a'' without any subject and any object. Really,
they are just these states explaining an existence of the kinematical
description of the physical interactive systems as it was proposed in [1]
and, possibly, they may be useful for analysis of some features of the
intersubjective information transmissions discussed in [2].
All these facts allow to formulate the dynamical hypothesis above. However,
it is too natural that this hypothesis needs a very careful and accurate
verification and theoretical elaboration to be more than a hypothesis only.
At least, the author hopes that it may be useful even now as a technical
supposition for our formal analysis of the experimental data without any
claims on a description of the reality itself.
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\item"[1]" Juriev D.V., On the description of a class of physical
interactive information systems [in Russian]. Report RCMPI-96/05 (1996)
[e-version: mp\_arc/96-459].
\item"[2]" Juriev D.V., Droems: experimental mathematics, informatics and
infinite dimensional geometry [in Russian]. Report RCMPI-96/05$^+$ (1996).
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