COM 3371 - Communication Systems
A communication system is a collection of individuals who relate to one another by means of shared messages and media networks. This course investigates the fundamental methods of thinking about such systems by intermixing a basic theoretical description of system theory (Weinberg) with case studies of its practical application (Lakoff). Topics include interaction in connected systems, the role of the environment, networks, complexity and self-reference.
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