cybernetics 1. The science or study of communication in organisms, organic processes, and mechanical or electronic systems. 2. The replication or imitation of biological control systems with the use of technology. 3. The study of messages and communication in humans, social groups, machines, etc.; e...
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(robotics) /si:`b*-net'iks/ The study of control and communication in living and man-made systems. The term was first proposed by Norbert Wiener in the book referenced below. Originally, cybernetics drew upon electrical engineering, mathematics, biology, neurophysiology, anthropology, and psycholog...
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Type: Term Pronunciation: sī′ber-net′iks Definitions: 1. The comparative study of computers and the human nervous system, with intent to explain the functioning of the brain. 2. The science of control and communication in both living and nonliving systems; characteristically, contro...
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branch of science that combines the theory and studies of communication and control systems in living organisms and machines
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The theoretical study of communication and control processes in biological, mechanical, and electronic systems, especially the comparison of these processes in biological and artificial systems. Cybernetics, a branch of information theory, was pioneered by Norbert Wiener.
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cybernetics [Gr.,=steersman], term coined by American mathematician Norbert Wiener to refer to the general analysis of control systems and communication systems in living organisms and machines. In cybernetics, analogies are drawn between the functioning of the brain and nervous system and the compu...
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Science concerned with how systems organize, regulate, and reproduce themselves, and also how they evolve and learn. In the laboratory, inanimate objects are created that behave like living systems. Applications range from the creation of electronic artificial limbs to the running of the fully autom...
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Cybernetics is the interdisciplinary study of the structure of regulatory systems. Cybernetics is closely related to information theory, control theory and systems theory, at least in its first-order form. (Second-order cybernetics has crucial methodological and epistemological implications that ar...
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1) Informatics 2) Information processing 3) Information science 4) Ip
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