Second Level Subjects
Cybernetics is a transdisciplinary approach for exploring regulatory systems—their structures, constraints, and possibilities. Norbert Wiener defined cybernetics in 1948 as "the scientific study of control and communication in the animal and the machine." In other words, it is the scientific study of how humans, animals and machines control and communicate with each other.
Organizations relating to Cybernetics
European Data Base of Imaging Systems
Association of African Investment Promotion Agencies / Est. 1996
Réseau européen de télécommunications opérationnelles météorologiques
Samarbetskommittén inom Norden för Tilförlitlighet of Miljöteknik
European Information System
Latin American Information System on Trade and Environment
International Model Forest Network / Est. 1994
Operational Net of Regional Cooperation of Central American Maritime Authorities / Est. 1986
Regional Network for the Exchange of Information and Experience in Science and Technology in Asia and the Pacific / Est. 1983
Information and Communication Network for Inter-Regional Technology Transfer
Trevi Group / Est. 1976
International Network System for Energy Expertise and Knowledge
Formal Methods Europe / Est. 1984
Institute for Liquid Atomization and Spray Systems - Asia
African Hydrological Cycle Observation System
Global Ocean Observing System for Africa
International Association for the Lung Surfactant System
Workflow and Re-Engineering International Association / Est. 1992
International Federation of Model Soldiers Clubs
UNCITRAL Model Law on Electronic Commerce / Est. 1996
Sistema Andino de Pequeña y Mediana Industria
ESF Network on Household and Community Dynamics
Nongovernmental Development Organizations Coordination Group for Onchocerciasis Control / Est. 1992
Committee on the Global Financial System / Est. 1971
Convention Concerning Prevention and Control of Occupational Hazards Caused by Carcinogenic Substances and Agents / Est. 1974
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