Communication: A Logical Model

Cambridge: Mass., M. I. T. Press (1963)
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Keywords Logic, Symbolic and mathematical  Content analysis (Communication  Information theory
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Call number BC135.H33
ISBN(s) 0262080117  
DOI 10.2307/2217898
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