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"An essay on the origins of cybernetics"   Full text

"A bibliography of the first decade of cybernetics"   Full text

(1987) "A Ternary Domanial Structure as a Basis for Cybernetics and its Place in Knowledge." Inaugural Address to the Annual Conference of The Cybernetics Society, Birkbeck College, University of London, September 1987. (Also published (1989) in Kybernetes 18, 4, pp. 19-28.)   Abstract

(1994) "Ternary Analysis and the Allocation of Judgement and Evaluation in Human-Computer Collaborative Tasks." Paper presented to the Annual Conference of the Cybernetics Society, The School of Pharmacy, University of London, 24 September 1994.   Abstract

(1995) "Concepts of Mechanism for Purpose and Directiveness." Paper presented to the Annual Conference of the Cybernetics Society, The School of Pharmacy, University of London, 23 September 1995   Abstract

(1996) "The Heuristic Way to Knowledge." Paper presented to the Annual Conference of the Cybernetics Society, The School of Pharmacy, University of London, September 1996.   Abstract

(1998) "Which Ontology?" Paper presented to a meeting of the Cybernetics Society, King's College, University of London, 24 February1998.   Abstract

(1999), "The Implications for Cybernetics of the Discontinuity between Information and Imparity." Proceedings of the 15th International Congress on Cybernetics, Namur (Belgium), August 1998, pp. 949-954. (Also presented to the Annual Conference of the Cybernetics Society, King's College, University of London, September 1998.)   Abstract

(1999), "What is Gained by Adding a Third Ontological Domain to those of Energy and Information?" Proceedings of the 15th International Congress on Cybernetics, Namur (Belgium), August 1998, pp. 959-964. (Also presented to the Annual Conference of the Cybernetics Society, King's College, University of London, September 1998.)   Abstract

(1999) "The Ternary Analysis of Work." Proceedings of the 11th International Congress of Cybernetics and Systems, Brunel University, UK, August 1999, pp. 189-190.

(1999) "Ternary Analysis Applied to Social Systems." Proceedings of the 11th International Congress of Cybernetics and Systems, Brunel University, UK, August 1999, pp. 196-198.

(1999) "The Structure of Working Organisations." Paper presented to the Annual Conference of the Cybernetics Society, King's College, University of London, September 1999.   Abstract

(2000) "The Ternary Analysis of Work and Working Organisations." Kybernetes 29 (Millennium Volume), 5, pp. 689-701.

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