The story of information theory begins with the children’s game usually known as “twenty questions”. The first player (the “adult”) in this two-player game thinks of something, and by a series of yes-no questions, the other player (the “child”) attempts to guess what it is. “Is it bigger than a breadbox?” No. “Does it have fur?” Yes. “Is it a mammal?” No. And so forth.
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