A study of 650 million public data files, collected with the file search engine on the internet reveals that the distribution of file sizes is qualitatively different for media without a time component, like images and multimedia file with a time component, like video and audio. The observed file size distributions is consistent with the Feber-Fechner law describing the neuropsychological scaling of human data processing.
Cognitive and Complex Systems Theory

Prof. Dr. C. Gros
(Neural staining image courtesy of Miles Herkenham - NIMH)
Cognitive science, neural computation

Prof. Dr. J. Triesch
Detailed Modeling of Neural Signal Processing

JProf. Dr. G. Queisser

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