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TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICEon 18 August 2010
I use the mathematical theory of communication in every professional piece of writing I undertake. It underpins every edit to make sure the item remains as effective as possible. It's never let me down.

That said, this isn't an accessible read. There's a lot of maths here (although you don't need to follow it all to understand the basic theory), and if you're aged under 25 the communication terms may seem archaic. Although the terms date, and the numbers can be difficult, the theory itself, whether applied practically or theoretically, is timeless and easily applied to see effective results.

Read the theory, play around with it, and don't be afraid to Google the complicated bits.
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on 25 July 2015
I would consider this essential reading for anyone in computing. It's value for practical computing and day to day programming and architecture, particular of distributed systems is seriously undervalued.
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on 13 November 2016
A known masterpiece which should be in the personal library of all interested in this field.
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