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Cybernetics

Cybernetis is the science of steering and controlling of machines, living organisms or social organisations. The term was coined around 1947 by the mathematician Norbert Wiener. An example for the basic principle of a cybernetic system is a thermostat: the actual temperature is compared to a requested temperature (setpoint) and in case of divergence, the controller adapts the temperature to the setpoint. The method Netmapping with the NetmapĀ® is based on cybernetic principles.

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