|May1-10, 05:47 AM||#1|
fundamental unit of information
Is there such a concept in information theory?
I.e. Something as complex as language can be reduced to 1's and 0's. Is binary the fundamental unit of information?
|May1-10, 01:33 PM||#2|
Not really. Although a bit is the smallest amount of information that can be represented, it is clearly possible for a system to represent an amount of information that is greater than 1 bit but smaller than 2 bits.
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