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'''This article is a stub. Please help expand the article by using the edit tab.''' [[Image:Shannon.jpg|thumb|center|Claude Shannon]] In the October 1948 ''Bell System Technical Journal,'' [[Claude Shannon|Claude Shannon]] published part two of "A Mathematical Theory of Communication." He established the theoretical foundation of communications engineering and showed that all information could be transmitted in a series of [[Binary Numbers and Binary Math|1s and 0s]].  
 
'''This article is a stub. Please help expand the article by using the edit tab.''' [[Image:Shannon.jpg|thumb|center|Claude Shannon]] In the October 1948 ''Bell System Technical Journal,'' [[Claude Shannon|Claude Shannon]] published part two of "A Mathematical Theory of Communication." He established the theoretical foundation of communications engineering and showed that all information could be transmitted in a series of [[Binary Numbers and Binary Math|1s and 0s]].  
  
'''See also:''' [[Oral-History:Claude E. Shannon|Claude Shannon's Oral History]]
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== Further Reading ==
  
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[[Oral-History:Claude E. Shannon|Claude Shannon Oral History]]
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Claude Shannon
Claude Shannon
In the October 1948 Bell System Technical Journal, Claude Shannon published part two of "A Mathematical Theory of Communication." He established the theoretical foundation of communications engineering and showed that all information could be transmitted in a series of 1s and 0s.

Further Reading

Claude Shannon Oral History