information flow


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information flow

[‚in·fər′mā·shən ‚flō]
(computer science)
The graphic representation of data collection, data processing, and report distribution throughout an organization.
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But the free information flow has not been restored.
The amount of information shared by various regions can be confirmed by applying MI to multichannel EEG signals and we can observe the information flow in the overall cortical areas.
The Whispers of Cities: Information Flows in Istanbul, London, & Paris in the Age of William Trumbull.
labels to critical data in a hardware design, should the information flow out
In this part particular variables of each information flow will be chosen and the model for the research will be composed.
If only two time series are given, the information flow between them can be obtained through maximum likelihood estimation.
Part I provides background, discussing various factors that dictate whether an information flow will happen or not.
Chapter three looks at how paradigms influence our society and discusses the evolution of the current information infrastructure, starting with how advances in transportation, then postal services, newspapers, radio, television, and the internet all changed the means and speed of information flow. Along the way, libraries evolved first as archives and then as disseminators of information.
Enable the key members of your organization responsible for mission accomplishment; help solve their information flow problems and you gain credibility for yourself and the changes for which you advocate.
Clifford Lectures on Information Flow in Physics, Geometry and Logic and Computation (2008: New Orleans, Louisiana) Ed.
To deeply understand various complex pedagogy phenomena and their effects, researchers should focus on the information flow within the system and its characteristics, as well as relationships between information flows and functions of the system (Yang & Zhang, 2009).

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