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information theory


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An algebraic framework for information theory: classical information

The challenges of mixing associational learning theory with information-based decision-making theory

Combining partial correlation and an information theory approach to the reversed engineering of gene co-expression networks

Conditioning Information and Variance Bounds on Pricing Kernels with Higher- Order Moments: Theory and Evidence

Decentralized Data and Information Systems: Theory and Practice

Discovery of Fur binding site clusters in Escherichia coli by information theory models

Discovery of novel tumor suppressor p53 response elements using information theory

Dynamic Decision Theory and Probabilistic Information Processing

70% efficiency of bistate molecular machines explained by information theory, high dimensional geometry and evolutionary convergence

Estimation Risk, Information, and the Conditional CAPM: Theory and Evidence

Frequency, contingency and the information processing theory of conditioning

Game and Information Theory in Modern Managerial Economics

Information Foraging Theory

Information Foraging Theory

information integration theory

information integration theory

Information, Knowledge, Vision and Theories of the Firm *

The Information Loss Problem of Black Hole and the First Order Phase Transition in String Theory

information processing theory

information processing theory

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The area of mathematics concerned with the transmission and processing of information, especially concerned with methods of coding, decoding, storage and retrieval and evaluating likelihoods of degree of accuracy in the process.

Subjects: psychology.


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