Codeless Communication and the Shannon-Weaver Model

Communication models based on the Shannon-Weaver communication model are the most commonly used, but efforts to transcend this model in other domains such as human communication are increasingly common. The semantic aspect of information remains an unsolved problem. This paper concentrates on a specific feature of the model: "Communication" between source and transmitter. This dimension of the model, which the authors call codeless communication, is important because it is not based on pure communication considerations in regard to coding or on characteristics of the channel.

Provided by: International Proceedings of Computer Science and Information Technology Topic: Software Date Added: Jan 2012 Format: PDF

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