Definition of Selective information
1. Noun. (communication theory) a numerical measure of the uncertainty of an outcome. "The signal contained thousands of bits of information"
Category relationships: Communication Theory, Communications
Generic synonyms: Information Measure
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Literary usage of Selective information
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1. Creating the New World: Stories & Images from the Dawn of the Atomic Age by Theodore Rockwell (2003)
"The Court also noted that, in conducting its risk assessment: "EPA disregarded information and made findings on selective information; did not disseminate ..."
2. The Investment Environment in the Russian Federation: Laws, Policies and by Oecd (2001)
"Lacking transparency for conduct of tender auctions with cases of discrimination between "outsiders" and "insiders" and selective information flows. ..."
3. Health Consequences of Smoking: Nicotine Addiction a Report of the Surgeon by DIANE Publishing Company, C. Everett Koop, M.D. (1995)
"Neuroendocrinology 17(1):1-11, 1975. HILLYARD, S., PICTON, T. Event-related potentials and selective information processing in man in ..."
4. Sas/connect 9.1: User's Guide by Sas Institute, Institute SAS Institute (2004)
"... is an area of research that uses mathematics to provide confidentiality for selective information and to create a high level of trust in sensitive data. ..."