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  • 41 Claude — Claude, Albert Claude, Georges * * * (as used in expressions) Aron, Raymond (Claude Ferdinand) Bernard, Claude Chabrol, Claude Claude Michel Debussy, (Achille) Claude William Claude Dukenfield Helvetius, Claude Adrien Killy, Jean Claude Ledoux,… …

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  • 42 Claude Harriott — No. 93     Omaha Nighthawks Date of birth: April 8, 1981 (1981 04 08) (age 30) …

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  • 43 Claude H. Van Tyne — Claude Halstead Van Tyne (October 16, 1869 – March 21, 1930) was an American historian and a Pulitzer Prize winner. He taught history at the University of Michigan from 1903–1930, and wrote a number of books on the American Revolution. He won the …

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  • 44 Shannon — Shannon1 [shan′ən] n. a masculine and feminine name Shannon2 [shan′ən] Claude Elwood [el′wood] 1916 2001; U.S. mathematician Shannon3 [shan′ən] river in WC Ireland, flowing southwestward into the Atlantic: c. 220 mi (354 km) …

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  • 45 Shannon-Entropie — Entropie ist ein Maß für den mittleren Informationsgehalt oder auch Informationsdichte eines Zeichensystems. Der Begriff in der Informationstheorie ist in Analogie zur Entropie in der Thermodynamik und Statistischen Mechanik benannt. Beide… …

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  • 46 Shannon — El término Shannon es un anglicismo procedente de la palabra Sionainn o Sionna del gaélico, que puede traducirse como pequeño pero sabio . Contenido 1 Geografía 2 Personas 3 Ciencias 4 Misceláneo …

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  • 47 Shannon — The name Shannon originated in Ireland and is directly linked to the River Shannon, the island s longest river. The name is a combination of Irish sean old, wise and abhainn river . Shannon is now used as a first name for both males and females.… …

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  • 48 Claude E. Shannon Award — The Claude E. Shannon Award of the IEEE Information Theory Society was instituted to honour consistent and profound contributions to the field of information theory. Each Shannon Award winner is expected to present a Shannon Lecture at the… …

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  • 49 Claude E. Shannon Award — Die Claude E. Shannon Award, benannt nach dem Begründer der Informationstheorie Claude E. Shannon, ist eine seit 1972 von der IEEE vergebene, im Regelfall jährliche Auszeichnung. Sie wird für theoretisch weitreichende Arbeiten aus dem Bereich der …

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  • 50 Claude E. Shannon Award — El Claude E. Shannon Award de la Sociedad de Teoría de la Información del IEEE fue constituido para reconocer las contribuciones realizadas en el campo de la teoría de la información. El premio lleva el nombre de Claude Elwood Shannon, para… …

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  • 51 Shannon, Claude Elwood — SUBJECT AREA: Electronics and information technology, Telecommunications [br] b. 30 April 1916 Gaylord, Michigan, USA [br] American mathematician, creator of information theory. [br] As a child, Shannon tinkered with radio kits and enjoyed… …

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  • 52 Shannon — I Shannon   [ ʃænən] der, längster Fluss (370 km) Irlands, entspringt am Cuilcagh in der historischen Provinz Leitrim, durchfließt einige Seen (Lough Allen, Lough Ree, Lough Derg u. a.) und Moore; bildet ab Limerick einen 113 km langen… …

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  • 53 Shannon–Fano coding — In the field of data compression, Shannon Fano coding is a suboptimal technique for constructing a prefix code based on a set of symbols and their probabilities (estimated or measured). The technique was proposed prior to the optimal technique of …

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  • 54 Claude (name) — Infobox Given Name Revised name = Claude caption= Claude Debussy (1862 1918), French composer pronunciation=/clod/ gender = usually Male meaning = Latin: Lame region = France origin = French, via Latin related names = Claudius, Claudia, Marie… …

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  • 55 Shannon-Multigraph — Mit Shannon Multigraph oder auch Shannonscher Multigraph (nach Claude Elwood Shannon) bezeichnet man eine spezielle Sorte von Graphen in der Graphentheorie, sie sind dort vor allem in der Theorie der Kantenfärbungen von Bedeutung. Ein Multigraph… …

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  • 56 Claude — /klawd/; Fr. /klohd/, n. 1. Albert, 1899 1983, U.S. biologist, born in Belgium: Nobel prize for medicine 1974. 2. Also, Claud. a male given name: from a Roman family name meaning lame. * * * (as used in expressions) Claude Michel Aron Raymond… …

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  • 57 Shannon , Claude Elwood — (1916–) American mathematician Born in Gaylord, Michigan, Shannon graduated from the University of Michigan in 1936. He later worked both at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the Bell Telephone Laboratories. In 1958 he returned to MIT …

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  • 58 Shannon, Claude Elwood — ▪ 2002       American mathematician and computer scientist (b. April 30, 1916, Petoskey, Mich. d. Feb. 24, 2001, Medford, Mass.), laid the theoretical foundations for modern mass communications and came to be regarded as the “father of the… …

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  • 59 Shannon Stoeke — infobox actor occupation=Stage actor website= [http://www.shannonstoeke.com shannonstoeke.com] Shannon Stoeke is an American stage actor who played the role of Mordred in the revival of Camelot starring Michael York. Shannon also played the role… …

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  • 60 Shannon, Claude (Elwood) — born April 30, 1916, Petoskey, Mich., U.S. died Feb. 24, 2001, Medford, Mass. U.S. electrical engineer. Shannon earned a Ph.D. in mathematics from MIT in 1940. He had a long career as a research mathematician at Bell Laboratories (1941–72) and as …

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