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La véritable (et méconnue) théorie de l'information de Shannon

Abstract : Claude Shannon, who laid the foundations of the celebrated information theory in 1948, preferred the term “communication theory”. In a 1953 paper, he proposed a new approach to information and its lattice structure. Surprisingly, this remained relatively unknown. We briefly recall the features of this theory and the characteristics that could explain its poor impact; finally we consider possible interesting developments.
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Olivier Rioul, Julien Béguinot, Victor Rabiet, Antoine Souloumiac. La véritable (et méconnue) théorie de l'information de Shannon. 28e Colloque GRETSI'22, Sep 2022, Nancy, France. ⟨hal-03718728⟩



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