Inspired by Claud Shannon's Mathematical Theory of Communication published in the Bell System Technical Journal in 1948, Internet Think Tank has conducted years of research into mathematically defining discrete communication signals and how we combine these signals to express meaning, both verbally and through behavior.

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Internet Think Tank uses a basic received, processor, and transmitted illustration to model to express dyadic exchanges. The unique element in this model is the representation of self-talk, where a transmitted signal is also sampled by the receiver and processed by the processor.
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This illustration provides a graphical demonstrates the four discrete signals humans us as part of communication: 1. words, 2. intonation, 3. body language, and 4. touch. The illustration show how each communication signal can be discretely removed based on the environment configurations. Hasshi Sudler of Internet Think Tank developed this model as a basis to measuring the effects of each communication signal to overall meaning and behavior between two communicating parties.
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Internet Think Tank has contributed the Communications Map to the field of communication theory. The Communication Map can be thought of as a periodic table of communications that identifies every communication situation that an individual may be engaged. It provides a comprehensive look at how self-talk factors into all forms of communication modalities. It also illustrates the impact of virtual communication on signal exchanges in the communication process.


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