Anticipatory systems : philosophical, mathematical, and methodological foundations
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 Anticipatory systems : philosophical, mathematical, and methodological foundations
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 philosophical, mathematical, and methodological foundations
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 Robert Rosen ; with contributions by Judith Rosen, John J. Kineman and Mihai Nadin
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 Biological models.
 Systems theory.
 Systems Theory, Control
 Mathematical and Computational Biology.
 Systems Biology.
 TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING  Operations Research
 SCIENCE  System Theory
 System theory
 Electronic resources
 System theory
 Systems Theory, Control.
 Mathematical and Computational Biology
 System theory
 Systems Theory
 Mathematics.
 Systems Biology
 System theory
 Systems Theory
 Language
 eng
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 Robert Rosen was not only a biologist, he was also a brilliant mathematician whose extraordinary contributions to theoretical biology were tremendous. Founding, with this book, the area of Anticipatory Systems Theory is a remarkable outcome of his work in theoretical biology. This second edition of his book Anticipatory Systems, has been carefully revised and edited, and includes an Introduction by Judith Rosen. It has also been expanded with a set of Prolegomena by Dr. Mihai Nadin, who offers an historical survey of this fast growing field since the original work was published. There is also some exciting new work, in the form of an additional chapter on the Ontology of Anticipation, by Dr. John Kineman. An addendum with autobiographical reminiscences by Robert Rosen, himself, and a short story by Judith Rosen about her father adds a personal touch. This work, now available again, serves as the guiding foundations for the growing field of Anticipatory Systems and, indeed, any area of science that deals with living organisms in some way, including the study of Life and Mind. It will also be of interest to graduate students and researchers in the field of Systems Science
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 Q295
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 .R67 2012
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 non fiction
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 dictionaries
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 Online Book
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 IFSR International Series on Systems Science and Engineering,
 Series volume
 1
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