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Morris Eaves Rachel Lee. Diagrams of Communication. Claude Shannon: The “Father” of Information Theory (1916 - 2001)‏. Shannon’s original communication diagram (1948)‏. A Simple Shannon Framework (by R. Victor Jones)‏. More Realistic or Complete Shannon Framework (R. Victor Jones)‏.

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Morris Eaves

Rachel Lee

Diagrams of Communication


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Claude Shannon: The “Father” of Information Theory(1916 - 2001)‏






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“Shannon’s original 1948 diagram modified with an oval superimposed over the limits of Shannon’s actual research. Shannon never left the confines of this oval to address the essence of meaningful communication. Any theory of Instruction would need to extend outside of the oval to quantify the ideal function and the indirect “meaning” of any message” (Abel and Trevors).


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Modern Digital Communication Systems superimposed over the limits of Shannon’s actual research. Shannon never left the confines of this oval to address the essence of meaningful communication. Any theory of Instruction would need to extend outside of the oval to quantify the ideal function and the indirect “meaning” of any message” (Abel and Trevors).


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Speech Circuit of Ferdinand Saussure (1857 – 1913) superimposed over the limits of Shannon’s actual research. Shannon never left the confines of this oval to address the essence of meaningful communication. Any theory of Instruction would need to extend outside of the oval to quantify the ideal function and the indirect “meaning” of any message” (Abel and Trevors)."A sign is the basic unit of language (a given language at a given time). Every language is a complete system of signs. Parole (the speech of an individual) is an external manifestation of language."


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The Communication Circuit of Stuart Hall (b 1932) superimposed over the limits of Shannon’s actual research. Shannon never left the confines of this oval to address the essence of meaningful communication. Any theory of Instruction would need to extend outside of the oval to quantify the ideal function and the indirect “meaning” of any message” (Abel and Trevors).‏


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Bibliography superimposed over the limits of Shannon’s actual research. Shannon never left the confines of this oval to address the essence of meaningful communication. Any theory of Instruction would need to extend outside of the oval to quantify the ideal function and the indirect “meaning” of any message” (Abel and Trevors).

  • Abel, David L. and Jack T. Trevors. “Three Subsets of Sequence Complexity and their Relevance to Biopolymeric Information.” Theoretical Biology and Medical Modelling. 2:29 2005. 9 January 2009. http://www.tbiomed.com/content/2/1/29

  • “Claude Shannon.” Wikipedia. 9 January 2009. 9 January 2009. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Claude_Shannon

  • “Communications Theory, Modern Digital Communication Systems.” ARC Communications Research Network (ACoRN). 9 January 2009.http://www.acorn.net.au/telecoms/commtheory/communicationtheory.cfm

  • Hall, Stuart. “Encoding/Decoding.” 1980. http://www.aber.ac.uk/media/Documents/S4B/sem08c.html

  • Jones, R. Victor. “The Shannon Diagram: The Elements of Communication Processes.” 1 November 2005. 9 January 2009. http://people.seas.harvard.edu/~jones/cscie129/nu_lectures/lecture1/Shannon_Diagram_files/Shannon_Diagram.html

  • Saussure, Ferdinand. Course in General Linguistics. 1916. http://www.aber.ac.uk/media/Documents/S4B/sem08c.html

  • Shannon, C.E. “A Mathematical Theory of Communication.” Reprinted from The Bell Systems Technical Journal, Vol. 27, pp 379-423, 623 - 565, July - October, 1948.