Accession Number : AD0724785

Title :   Theory and Applications of Interval Modulation Information Coding,

Corporate Author : NATIONAL BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH FOUNDATION SILVER SPRING MD

Personal Author(s) : Aida,S. ; Cheng,George C.

Report Date : MAY 1968

Pagination or Media Count : 57

Abstract : Time Interval Modulation Information Coding (abbreviate to TIMIC or IMIC is considered to be a new type of information processing with regard to the mode utilized for representing the information in a physical system. In any information system, three considerations are present: First, there must be an information source. Second, the information must be coded into some physical representation. And third, in addition to this representation, processing operations must be considered. These are discussed in the document. (Author)

Descriptors :   (*INFORMATION THEORY, CODING), (*DATA PROCESSING, LOGIC CIRCUITS), (*BIONICS, MATHEMATICAL MODELS), GATES(CIRCUITS), ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, LEARNING MACHINES, DIGITAL COMPUTERS, DECISION MAKING, NERVE CELLS, SIMULATION

Subject Categories : Computer Hardware
      Cybernetics
      Bionics

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE