Publications in
“Systems”

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Arbib M. A. (2018) From cybernetics to brain theory, and more: A memoir. Cognitive Systems Research 50: 83–145.
Asaro P. M. (2009) Information and regulation in robots, perception and consciousness: Ashby’s embodied minds. International Journal of General Systems 38(2): 111–128. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/348
Ashby W. R. (1991) General systems theory as a new discipline. In: Klir G. J. (ed.) Facets of systems science. Plenum Press, New York: 249–257.
Baecker D. (1996) A note on composition. Systems Research 13(3): 195–204. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/2929
Barandiaran X. E. & Moreno A. (2006) ALife models as epistemic artefacts. In: Rocha L., Yaeger L., Bedau M., Floreano D., Goldstone R. & Vespignani A. (eds.) Artificial life X.: Proceedings of the tenth international conference on the simulation and synthesis of living systems. MIT Press, Cambridge: 513–519.
Barnes G. (1996) What you get is what you see: A contribution to an epistemology of imagination. Systems Research 13(3): 215–228. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/3755
Bausch K. C. (2002) Roots and branches: A brief, picaresque, personal history of systems theory. Systems Research and Behavioral Science 19: 417–428.
Bechtel W. (2007) Biological mechanisms: Organized to maintain autonomy. In: Boogerd F. C., Bruggeman F. T. & Hofmeyr Ihs Westerhoff I. W. (eds.) Systems biology: Philosophical foundations. Elsevier, Amsterdam: 269–302. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/4793
Bednarz J. Jr. (1988) Autopoiesis: The organizational closure of social systems. Systems Research 5(1): 57–64. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/2807
Ben-Eli M. U. & Probst G. J. B. (1986) The way you look determines what you see or self-organization in management and society. In: Trappl R. (ed.) Cybernetics and Systems ’86. Reidel, Dordrecht: 277–284. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/6243
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