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Mathematical Reflections

   Posted by: dhcsoul   in Books (Cybernetics), cybernetics

This entry is part 7 of 7 in the series A Learning Machine
Your first time here? Welcome, I'm glad you've dropped in.... David Soul (aka Bricoleur)

I have not read any of Stafford Beer’s entries in the Select Bibliography included in The Heart of Enterprise, so cannot make any recommendations on the entries included here at the time this item is added to the series… it will be updated as I move forward with construction of my own “learning machine”

Level II
Varela, Francise J., A Calculus for Self-Reference, Int. J. General Systems 1975, Vol 2. pp5-24, Gordon and Breach

Level III
Spencer-Brown, G., Laws of Form, Allen & Unwin, 1969

Level V
Bourbaki, N., Elements de Mathematique, Theorie des Ensembles, Fascicule de Resultats, Herman, Paris, 1958
Goodstein, R.L., Recursive Number Sales, North-Holland, Amsterdam, 1957

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