Introduction to Economic Cybernetics
Introduction to Economic Cybernetics introduces the reader to economic cybernetics, that is, the application of the principles of the theory of automatic control to the problems of managing the economic processes, and particularly the processes in a socialist economy. Topics covered include the general principles of regulation and control; cybernetic schemata of the theory of reproduction; the theory of stability of regulation systems; and a generalization of the theory of regulation.
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CHAPTER 1General Principles of Regulation and Control
CHAPTER 2Cybernetic Schemata of the Theory of Reproduc
CHAPTER 3The Dynamics of Regulation Processes
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