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Number archetypes, symbolic coding letters and “background communication theory” in Saint Stephen's Royal Mirror

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2 Author(s)
Péter Várlaki ; Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Széchenyi Istán University, Gy¿r, Hungary ; József Bokor

Following Pauli's approach to the analysis of the Kepler's works, the paper attempts to identify patterns in the creative background cognitive processes related to a "background system and communication theory" in the thousand-year-old great Latin opus of St Stephen's Royal Mirror. Our paper is dedicated to the blessed memory of Prof. S. Csibi, the great scholar of communication theory, who creatively participated in this endeavour.

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Computational Cybernetics, 2009. ICCC 2009. IEEE International Conference on

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26-29 Jan. 2009