18th European Meeting on Cybernetics and Systems Research

Wien, Austria, 18/04/2006 – 21/04/2006.

Description

Cybernetics - "the study of communication and control in the animal and the machine" (N.Wiener) - has recently returned to the forefront, not only in cyberspace and cyberpunk, but, even more important, contributing to the corroboration of various scientific theories. Additionally, an ever increasing number of research areas, including social and economic theories, theoretical biology, ecology, computer science, and robotics draw on ideas from second order cybernetics. Artificial intelligence, evolved directly from cybernetics, has not only technological and economic, but also important social impacts. With a marked trend towards interdisciplinary cooperation and global perspectives, this important role of cybernetics is expected to be further strengthened over the next years.

Since 1972, the biennial European Meetings on Cybernetics and Systems Research (EMCSR) have served as a forum for discussion of converging ideas and new aspects of different scientific disciplines. As on previous occasions, a number of sessions providing wide coverage of the rapid developments will be arranged, complemented with daily plenary meetings, where eminent speakers will present latest research results.

Articles & Issues  

Alessandro Ricci, Mirko Viroli, Andrea Omicini Construenda est CArtAgO: Toward an Infrastructure for Artifacts in MAS Cybernetics and Systems 2006, 18-21 April 2006
Luca Gardelli, Mirko Viroli, Andrea Omicini Exploring the Dynamics of Self-Organising Systems with Stochastic π-Calculus: Detecting Abnormal Behaviour in MAS Cybernetics and Systems 2006, 18-21 April 2006

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Event

18th European Meeting on Cybernetics and Systems Research

— acronym

EMCSR 2006

— type

conference  

— series

EMCSR (18th, 2006)

— where

Wien, Austria

— when

18/04/2006–21/04/2006

Dates

— camera-ready

30/01/2006

URLs

home page
submission

APICe

— lecturer/speaker

Andrea Omicini

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