Great ideas in information theory, language and cybernetics / Jagjit Singh.


New York : Dover Publications, [1966] .

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Other Title Information theory, language and cybernetics.
Subjects Cybernetica.
Cybernetics.
Cybernétique.
Informatietheorie.
Information Theory.
Information, Théorie de l'.
Künstliche Intelligenz.
Langage et langues.
Language.
Linguistische Datenverarbeitung.
Taal.
Description ix, 338 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Copyright Date [1966]
©1966
Notes On spine: Information theory, language and cybernetics.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary Although recent work on the theory of language, information, and automata leans heavily on some rather difficult mathematics, to understand its main ideas we need only know simple elaborations of four commonplace principles.
Contents Language and communication -- What is information? -- Information flow over discrete channels -- Coding theory -- Reliable transmission and redundancy -- Continuous channels -- Information and entropy -- Automatic computers -- analogue machines -- Automatic computers -- digital machines -- The computer and the brain -- Neural networks -- McCulloch and Pitts -- Neural networks -- Von Neumann -- Turing machines -- Intelligence amplifiers -- Learning machines or perceptrons -- Artificial intelligence -- game-playing machines -- Artificial intelligence -- translating machines -- Uttley machines -- Mathematical theories of the living brain epilogue.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)509745
(OCoLC)ocm00509745
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WorldCat Identities Singh, Jagjit, 1912-2002.
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