A mathematical theory of communication by c e shannon introduction t he recent development of various methods of modulation such as pcm and ppm which exchange bandwidth for signal to noise ratio has intensified the interest in a general theory of communication a. Shannon claude e a mathematical theory of communication 50th anniversary edition printed for the 1998 ieee international symposium on information theory mit cambridge uk cambridge university press august 16 21 1998 based on 1949 book with corrections reprinted in key papers in the development of information theory edited by d . Scientific knowledge grows at a phenomenal pace but few books have had as lasting an impact or played as important a role in our modern world as the mathematical theory of communication published originally as a paper on communication theory in the bell system technical journal more than fifty years ago republished in book form shortly . A mathematical theory of communication is an article by mathematician claude e shannon published in bell system technical journal in 1948 it was renamed the mathematical theory of communication in the book of the same name a small but significant title change after realizing the generality of this work. In 1949 he published a groundbreaking paper a mathematical theory of communication in it he uses markov models as the basis for how we can think about communication he starts with a toy example imagine you encounter a bunch of text written in an alphabet of a b and c perhaps you know nothing about this language though you notice as
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