information theory

Definition of information theory

in`for`ma´tion the´o`ry
n.1.(Math., Telecommunications) The science which studies the capacity of systems to contain and transmit information{2}, and the factors such as noise and channel capacity that may affect the rate or accuracy of information transmission and reception.

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