publication . Preprint . 2014

A proof challenge: multiple alignment and information compression

Wolff, J Gerard;
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  • Published: 04 Mar 2014
Abstract
These notes pose a "proof challenge": a proof, or disproof, of the proposition that "For any given body of information, I, expressed as a one-dimensional sequence of atomic symbols, a multiple alignment concept, described in the document, provides a means of encoding all the redundancy that may exist in I. Aspects of the challenge are described.
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free text keywords: Computer Science - Artificial Intelligence
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