Shannon

[ US /ˈʃænən/ ]
NOUN
  1. United States electrical engineer who pioneered mathematical communication theory (1916-2001)
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How To Use Shannon In A Sentence

  • For those who don't know about Shannon, he was the father of information theory, which in its simplest form means he made possible the leap from telephones and telegraphs to computers.
  • Shannon sat on her mother's lap.
  • He was at Shannon Airport waiting to fly to Dublin for a squad session when he was paged.
  • If home ‘advantage’ has any credibility, then Shannon must be firm favourites.
  • Higgins was fuming at the Government for allowing the USA to use Shannon Airport as a military base for refueling their aircraft.
  • Jarred and Shannon were holding two horseshoes each; Jarred's were blue and Shannon's were silver.
  • This entailed entering the proportion of clutches initiated in each month into the Shannon-Wiener diversity formula and then taking the antilog of the diversity value.
  • According to Shannon surprisal, which is the information measure that D&M use, D&M’s exogenous information measures the amount of information in the success-or-failure outcome of the baseline search, not the amount of information in the search parameters. How do evolutionary processes create information? - The Panda's Thumb
  • Some of the hurling areas in Offaly are on mountainy lands or on the Shannon, which is hardly good land.
  • Bringing together speakers from big-city tenants councils, neighborhood legal services, FHA insurance, savings-and-loans entities, and the Shannon and Luchs Realty Company, the Institute for Policy Studies "plinked" the first domino that led to the current crisis. RenewAmerica
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