Definition of Claude E. Shannon
1. Noun. United States electrical engineer who pioneered mathematical communication theory (1916-2001).
Generic synonyms: Applied Scientist, Engineer, Technologist
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1. Clausewitzian Friction & Future War by Barry D. Watts (1996)
"... not a measure of its meaning [Claude E. Shannon and Warren Weaver, The Mathematical Theory of Communication (Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press, ..."
2. A History of the Personal Computer: The People and the Technology by Roy A. Allan, ( (2001)
"The first use of the term bit in a publication was by Claude E. Shannon in the Bell System Technical Journal, July 1948 issue. Shannon used the term bit to ..."
3. The Foundations of US Air Doctrine: The Problem of Friction in War by Barry D. Watts (1984)
"... is an example of a discrete communication system: radio and television, by contrast, typify continuous systems (Claude E. Shannon and Warren Weaver. ..."
4. Arquitectura artificial o manierismo por computadoraby F. Herrero by F. Herrero (2006)
"... Claude E. Shannon; A MATHEMATICAL THEORY OF COMMUNICATION. Bell Labs Innovations, 1998; reprinted with corrections from The Bell System Technical ..."