Publications in
“Cybernetics and Systems”

Publications Found: 41 · Show All Abstracts · Highlight Matches

Pask G. (1982) The originality of cybernetics and the cybernetics of originality. In: Trappl R. (ed.) Cybernetics and systems research. North-Holland, Amsterdam: 367–370. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/2926
Poerksen B. (2004) “We can never know what goes on in somebody else’s head”: Ernst von Glasersfeld on truth and viability, language and knowledge, and the premises of constructivist education. Cybernetics and Systems 35: 379–398. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/4007
Probst G. J. B. (1985) Some cybernetic principles for the design, control, and development of social systems. Cybernetics and Systems 16(2–3): 171–180. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/3845
Rasmussen J. (1998) Constructivism and phenomenology what do they have in common, and how can they be told apart? Cybernetics and Systems 29(6): 553–576. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/3741
Rav Y. (2002) Perspectives on the history of the cybernetics movement: The path to current research through the contributions of Norbert Wiener, Warren McCulloch, and John von Neumann. Cybernetics and Systems 33(8): 779–804. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/3763
Scott B. (2008) Observing selves and others: Outline of a methodology. In: Trappl R. (ed.) Cybernetics and Systems 2008. Proceedings of the 19th European meeting on cybernetics and systems research. Austrian Society for Cybernetic Studies, Vienna: 630–635. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/296
Scott B. & Cong C. (2008) Analysing and representing “conversational domains”. In: Trappl R. (ed.) Cybernetics and Systems 2008. Proceedings of the 19th European meeting on cybernetics and systems research. Austrian Society for Cybernetic Studies, Vienna: 132–137. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/297
Stein L. A. (1997) Postmodular systems: Architectural principles for cognitive robotics. Special issue on epistemological aspects of embodied artificial intelligence. Cybernetics and Systems 28(6): 471–487.
Stein L. A. (1999) Challenging the computational metaphor: Implications for how we think. Cybernetics and Systems 30(6): 473–507. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/3967
Umpleby S. A. (1986) Self-authorization: A characteristic of certain elements in some self-organizing systems. Cybernetics and Systems 17(1): 79–88. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/2757
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