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Cybernetics

Cybernetics is a transdisciplinary approach for exploring regulatory and purposive systems—their structures, constraints, and possibilities. The core concept of the discipline is circular causality or feedback—that is, where the outcomes of actions are taken as inputs for further action. Cybernetics is concerned with such processes however they are embodied, including in environmental, technological, biological, cognitive, and social systems, and in the context of practical activities such as designing, learning, managing, and conversation.

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Total Publications
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83,795
Prior Five Years
16,526
Total Citations
Lifetime
1,259,487
Prior Five Years
176,654
Total Scholars
Lifetime
75,563
Prior Five Years
55,635

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