Information Space and Information Process: Genesis and Evolution

Tatiana Berestova (Chelyabinsk State Institute of Culture, Chelyabinsk, 454 000, Russia)


In this article,the phenomenon of “information space” and its methods ofstudy, its types, elementary structure and qualitative characteristics are discussed, the author’s definition of the concept of “information” is given, thestructure of the information process, and the phases, which are the basis forthe evolution of the information space and the universe of human activity,are considered.


Methods of studying; Information; Structure of information process; Structure of information space; Characteristics of information space

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