On two models of distribution and changes of linguistic information in Indo-European model language communities
In the paper two different models describing distribution and change of the linguistic information in some Indo-European communities are considered: nonlinear dynamic system model and the wave model described by system of the integral-differential equations. Within the frames of these models numerical research of distribution of the linguistic information has been carried in some Indo-European language community, including the initial stage of its formation. We take into consideration two main hypotheses: Anatolian and Kurgan. Anatolian hypothesis localizes IE ancestral home in western Anatolian. According to Kurgan hypothesis Proto-Indo-European people existed in Black sea steppes and southeast Europe approximately from V till III millennium BC. Domestication of horse and use of vehicles made culture carriers’ mobile, and it was the major stage in the development of Kurgan culture and has essentially expanded their influence. This fact has been put by us on the basis of the construction of our theoretical models. Results of some theoretical analysis and computer modeling are presented. The results of computer modeling show that among two main hypotheses of formation of the Proto-Indo-Europeans – Anatolian and Kurgan – the latter better matches the temporary estimates which were obtained by us. Finally, data on a hypothetical PIE alphabet – namely, the number of possible “characters/symbols” (“letters”) of PIE alphabet on the basis of our data were obtained. Based on the results, it was found that the range of possible values for alphabetic characters is limited to about values: 3 ÷ 38.