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Fisher Information as unifying concept for Criticality and Antifragility, a primer hypothesis

Criticality Complexity Fisher Information Antifragility Information Theory Contextuality

Cite as:

Oliver López-Corona and Pablo Padilla (2019). Fisher Information as unifying concept for Criticality and Antifragility, a primer hypothesis. RESEARCHERS.ONE, https://www.researchers.one/article/2019-11-16.

Abstract:

One of the classic problems in complex systems is the existence and ubiquity of critically, characterized by scale-invariance in frequency space and a balance between emergence (randomness) and self-organization (order). Another universal characteristic of complex systems is their Antigrafility or the capacity of taking advantage from environmental randomness. Inhere we propose a primer hypothesis that both concepts are related and may be understood under an Information Theory framework using Fisher Information as unifying concept. We make some comments about possible connection with Autopoiesis and Contextuality.