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# TENTH THEOREM OF INFORMATION THEORY

"With the addition of a correction channel equal to or exceeding in capacity the amount of noise in the original channel, it is possible to so encode (*see* encoding) the correction data sent over this channel that all but an arbitrarily small fraction of the errors contributing to the noise are corrected. This is not possible if the capacity of the correction channel is less than the noise" (*see* redundancy). This theorem is an isomorph of the law of requisite variety. (Krippendorff)

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