1. Information transmitted from sender to receiver has a certain value, determined primarily by the following factors: (1) the truth value of the information; (2) the degree of informatedness of the receiver; (3) the amount of redundancy in the information. Metainformational verbs that reflect the value of the information as determined by the receiver show that the evaluation of the truth value of...
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