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by Susan Shannon
Author: Susan Shannon
Publisher: Nova Science Pub Inc (July 1, 2004)
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There’s never been a brighter outlook for young computer science students than today. As these recent stats show, computer science graduates have some of the highest starting salaries out there and are in such high demand that they can afford to be picky about the type of job and industry they opt for. And it’s not hard to see why. Technology has been growing so exponentially over recent years, there has been a steadily increasing demand for bright graduates to come in and help to transform areas ranging from data infrastructure to cyber security.
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Claude Elwood Shannon. At about this time Shannon was also developing ideas both in computers and communications systems. AT & T Bell Laboratories Murray Hill, NJ 07974 USA IEEE Information Theory Society, Sponsor +IEEE The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. In a letter of February 16, 1939 now in the Library of Congress archives (, included in Part A), he writes to Bush about trading relations between time, bandwidth, noise and distortion in communication systems, and also about a computer design for symbolic mathematical operations.
Classical information science, by contrast, sprang forth about 50 years ago, from the work of one remarkable man: Claude E. Shannon. In a landmark paper written at Bell Labs in 1948, Shannon defined in mathematical terms what information is and how it can be transmitted in the face of noise