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The communication chain assumes a source that, through a transmitter, emits a signal via a channel. At the end of the channel the signal, through a receiver, is transformed into a message for the addressee. Since the signal, while travelling through the channel can be disturbed by noise, one must make the message redundant, so that the information is transmitted clearly. But the other fundamental requirement of this chain is a code. Shared by the source and the addressee. The code is an established system of probabilities, and only on the basis of the code can we decide whether the elements of the message are intentional (desired by the source) or the results of noise

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WHAT IS THE CODE

The code is an established system of probabilities, and only on the basis of the code
can we decide whether the elements of the message are intentional (desired by the source) or the results of noise

 

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