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  • follows: Claude E. Shannon, an oral history conducted in 1982 by Robert Price. IEEE History Center, Hoboken, NJ, USA. Interview: Claude E. Shannon Interviewer:
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  • Information theory Awards Frederick E. Terman Award from the American Society of Engineering Education, Claude E. Shannon Award Sergio Verdú, professor of
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  • communication networks. In addition to the Hamming Medal, Claude also received the 1978 IEEE Claude E. Shannon Award.
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  • Golden Jubilee Award for Technological Innovation, Kolmogorov Medal, Claude E. Shannon Award Jorma Rissanen received the IEEE Richard W. Hamming Medal in
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  • public-key cryptography. The era of modern cryptography really begins with Claude Shannon, arguably the father of mathematical cryptography, with the work he
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  • National Academy of Engineering. He won numerous awards including the Claude E. Shannon Award, the 1995 IEEE Masaru Ibuka Award (with Gustave Solomon, and
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  • Professor Claude Shannon who had created Information Theory and asked to work with him; to my delight, he agreed. Vardalas: You worked for Claude Shannon
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  • Transactions on Information Theory. He has received the ITS Claude E. Shannon Award and also the Frederick E. Terman Award of the American Society of Engineering
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  • language such as “e” and “t” are given shorter Morse codes. Later, as mainframe computers were starting to take hold in 1949, Claude Shannon and Robert Fano
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  • the IEEE Information Theory Society, and was awarded the society's Claude E. Shannon Award in 1990. In 1997, he was awarded the IEEE Richard W. Hamming
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  • JFM 1923], Claude E. Shannon [MOH 1966, JFM 1983], Robert N. Noyce [MOH 1978, JFM 1989], George H. Heilmeier [MOH 1997, JFM 1999] and Gordon E. Moore [MOH
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  • pdf?_tid=ef7f753e-316f-11e5-9091-00000aacb361&acdnat=1437679433_91e28c707ddff6fa12a9cf89ced468e8 [B9] C. E. Shannon, R. G. Gallager, and E. R. Berlekamp
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  • Jung Uk Severin, Hans Shaffer, Trey Shanahan, Betty Shanesy, Carol Shannon, Claude E. Shapiro, Gustave Sherwin, Chalmers Shima, Masatoshi Shimano, Bruce
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  • Forest, Arthur E. Kennelly, J. Marvin Roberts, Oscar C. Roos, Charles W. Ridinger, Elihu Root, Lambert Schmidt, E. Kilburn Scott, William E.D. Stokes, Jr
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  • are in the milestone citation. Information Theory was developed by Claude E. Shannon at Bell Telephone Laboratories to find fundamental limits on signal
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  • mathematics group were Claude E. Shannon and John Tukey. Tukey was a half-time professor at Princeton and half-time at Bell Labs. Shannon had obtained his degree
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  • He earned a B.S. in E.E. from MIT in 1929, and a Ph.D. in Physics from Columbia in 1940. Professors G. W. Pierce of Harvard and E. A. Guillemin of MIT
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  • Peter Elias, then also working at MIT, introduced Hellman to the work of Claude Shannon, and once again, Hellman observed the importance of cryptography. In
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  • The mathematical principles of Information Theory, laid down by Claude Elwood Shannon over the period 1939-1967, set in motion a revolution in communication
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  • c. E. Shannon, "A Mathematical Theory of Communication," Bell Sys. Tech. J., vol. 27, July and Oct. 1948, pp. 379-423, 623-56. C. E. Shannon, "Communication
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