Information exchange

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Information exchange is an informal term that can either refer to bidirectional information transmission/information transfer in telecommunications and computer science or communication seen from a system-theoretic or information-theoretic point of view. As "information" in this context invariably refers to (electronic) data that encodes and represents[1] the information at hand, a broader treatment can be found under data exchange.

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Information exchange is also used to describe the process of learning and the efficiency of the learning.

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  2. ^ Lones, Michael (2003). "6". Enzyme Genetic Programming (Ph.D.). University of York, Heslington. Retrieved 7 Aug 2015. After all, recombination enables co-operative evolution by allowing information exchange within a population.