The mathematical aspects of information theory have had enormous practical applications in the electronic sciences of communication where there is a need to compute information quantities and design information channels that facilitate effective handling of communication (Littlejohn, 1989). Krippendorff notes that: “The theory became a milestone in communication research and marked the transition from an industrial to an information society” (Krippendorff, 1989, p. 59). John Horgan goes as far as to claim that Claude Shannon wrote the Magna Carta of the information age (Horgan, 1990, as cited in Rogers, 1994, p. 435).
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