Transmission of information in active networks.

  title={Transmission of information in active networks.},
  author={Murilo S. Baptista and Juergen Kurths},
  journal={Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and soft matter physics},
  volume={77 2 Pt 2},
Shannon's capacity theorem is the main concept behind the theory of communication. It says that if the amount of information contained in a signal is smaller than the channel capacity of a physical media of communication, it can be transmitted with arbitrarily small probability of error. This theorem is usually applicable to ideal channels of communication in which the information to be transmitted does not alter the passive characteristics of the channel that basically tries to reproduce the… CONTINUE READING
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