Kybernetes

Strapline:

The international journal of cybernetics, systems and management sciences

Category:

Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Table Of Contents: Volume 3 Issue 1

GENERAL SYSTEMS THEORY AND THE COMING CONCEPTUAL SYNTHESIS

ERVIN LASZLO

The conceptual synthesis of the accepted bodies of knowledge in a culture provides a sense of meaning in existence, a viable image of the future, and individual and…

A GENERAL SYSTEMS THEORY FOR STUDIES IN CYBERNETICS AND AUTOMATION—PART II

ELDO C. KOENIG

Part I, presented in the preceding issue of Kybernetes, concluded with the presentation of a theorem in the form of an algorithm to aid in the modeling of the inherited…

TOWARDS THE GENERAL THEORY OF CONCEPTUAL SYSTEMS

V.V. CHAVCHANIDZE

A general theory of conceptual systems (GCST) is developed, in which the concept of systems is introduced not a priori or theoretically, but by means of a rigorous…

MODELS OF PLASTIC CHANGE IN NEURONS

J. WALKER

Plastic change is introduced and discussed as the property of the brain cell that is responsible for the self‐organizing capabilities of neural nets. Three models of this…

AN ADAPTIVE LEARNING PROCEDURE FOR THE DIAGNOSTIC CLASSIFICATION OF ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS BASED ON THEIR GENERALIZED CHARACTERISTICS

J.P. MARINOV

A possibility of applying an adaptive learning procedure for checking and diagnosing electronic circuits is discussed, the peculiarities in the configuration of their…

THE VISUAL SYSTEM SEEN THROUGH ITS MODELS

L.R. RONCHI

Models describe complex systems or events in simple terms. A better understanding is achieved by replacing intricate and complex systems with simpler and more familiar…

“THE LITERARY MONKEYS” A VIEWPOINT (PATTERNS AND SYSTEMS)

C. ZELLER

The fable of the monkey, which by sheer chance recreates a masterpiece of literature, is discussed in general terms. It is demonstrated that the general properties of…

COMPUTERIZED SIMULATION AND THE SYSTEMIC SCIENCES

G.A. MIHRAM

The systemic sciences, be they politico‐socio‐econometric, medico‐systemic, psycho‐neurological, or ecologico‐environmental, must be founded on a computer science that…

RECEPTIVE FIELDS AND SHAPE PERCEPTION

K.G. AGABABYAN, N.M. AMOSOV

Problems of perceiving forms of visual images in the peripheral part of the analyser are considered in this paper. Formal definitions of receptive fields are introduced…

ISSN:

0368-492X

Online date, start – end:

1972

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open access:

hybrid

Editors:

  • Dr Igor Perko
  • Dr Stefano Armenia
  • Dr Vojko Potocan
  • Prof. Dr. Gandolfo Dominici