Translation of cybernetics in Spanish:


cibernética, n.

Pronunciation /ˌsaɪbərˈnɛdɪks/ /sʌɪbəˈnɛtɪks/

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    cibernética feminine
    • An important part in science comes to be taken by such fields of it as the study of systems, mathematics, cybernetics and the study of operations.
    • Einstein's theory of relativity was ostracized by many scientists in the cause of self-preservation, while quantum mechanics and cybernetics were virtually banned.
    • There is a specialized science, cybernetics, studying these problems of the general systems theory.
    • Ampere, before him, wanted cybernetics to be the science of government.
    • General System Theory, cybernetics, noncausality, and a nonprofessional stance can be employed by dolts as well as geniuses, by demons as easily as by saints, and by all in between.
    • He participated in the Macy Foundation meetings that founded the science of cybernetics, but kept a healthy distance from computers.
    • [Arins] wrote papers on the descriptive theory of functions…, theoretical computer science, and cybernetics.
    • Since the first wave of cybernetics, control remains the most difficult of strategies to manage populations and their environment.
    • She is especially interested in cybernetics and systems analysis as sources of chronophobia in artists and others.
    • This was an era of early cybernetics: command and control.
    • The science of cybernetics has discovered many similarities between computers and the human brain.
    • We are just now beginning to recognize the new order resulting from the development of the science of cybernetics.
    • In addition to anything else, to ignore the crucial functioning of the meat in the machine is poor cybernetics.
    • This field, situated somewhere between physics, engineering, and cybernetics, may or may not fulfill the hopes of its contemporary proponents.
    • He is best known for his work in cybernetics, the study of control systems, especially systems that blend human nerves with electronic networks.
    • I've always been into cybernetics and nanotechnology.
    • I was just beginning to become interested in cybernetics and robotics.
    • The combination of cybernetics with psychoanalysis and feminism made possible a writing that would no longer be representational, but productive: an erotic engineering.
    • How do we picture a new age of genetic manipulation, of cloning, of cybernetics, a literal synergy between computing and biology, particularly when these are still in their infancy?
    • The competition has been organised to promote cybernetics, the study of the interaction between computers and humans.