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cybernetics in Computers topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcyberneticscy‧ber‧net‧ics /ˌsaɪbəˈnetɪks $ -bər-/ noun [uncountable]  TDHBHthe scientific study of the way in which information is moved and controlled in machines, the brain, and the nervous systemGRAMMAR: Singular or plural verb?Cybernetics is followed by a singular verb: Cybernetics was first defined in the mid 20th century.cybernetic adjective
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cyberneticsThe perplexing answer suggested by cybernetics is: it emerges from itself.Ranging from Udaltsova's impassioned realism to Nussberg's cerebral cybernetics, the stylistic range of the nonconformists was indeed wide.This attitude changed by the 1950s and was emphasized by the development of cybernetics, information theory and operations research.Eno describes David's first adventure into the world of cybernetics and the making of their trilogy of albums.Walter also developed models that mimicked brain systems and this involved him with Norbert Wiener and others in early work on cybernetics.The cost involved in taking these cybernetics down is too high.