Signaling

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Signal
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signaling

(from the article `Spence, A. Michael`) Through his research on markets with asymmetric information, Spence developed the theory of `signaling` to show how better-informed individuals in ...
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signaling

signaling, transmission of information by visible, audible, or other detectable means. Since prehistoric times humans have sought and employed ever more effective means of communicating over distance. Signal fires on mountain tops announced awaited events. In Africa a sophisticated system of drum be...
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Signaling

[economics] The result of the debate was delete. -- ( drini`s page ☎ ) 03:11, 26 January 2006 (UTC) ===Five O`clock Dog=== Delete. This article is ruthless self-promotion, of the kind that insists on inserting statements about registered trademarks, spamming editors who remove it and on blanking copyright questions when they are raised. T...
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Signaling

[telecommunications] In telecommunication, signaling (signalling in British English) has the following meanings: Signaling systems may be classified based on several principal characteristics. ==In-band and out-of-band signaling== In the public switched telephone network (PSTN), in-band signaling is the exchange of call control information ...
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