- Author:Fred S. Grodins
- Publisher:Columbia Univ Pr; 1st edition (June 1, 1963)
- Pages:205 pages
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Home Browse Books Book details, Control Theory and Biological Systems. Control Theory and Biological Systems. This communication barrier has served to conceal the beautiful generality of systems theory. It does not matter in principle whether the system is a physical one built by man or whether it is that most complex and marvelous system of all, man himself.
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Control Theory and Biological Systems. Columbia University Press, New York, 1963. Science 26 Jul 1963: Vol. 141, Issue 3578, pp. 345 DOI: 1. 126/science.
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More by Fred S. Respiratory Function of the Lung and Its Control. Respiratory responses to CO2 inhalation; a theoretical study of a nonlinear biological regulator. Grodins, J. Stanley Gray, Karl Schroeder, Arthur L. Norins, Ronald W. Jones. Journal of applied physiology.
Fred S. Grodins was a pioneer in the application of control theory to study biological control systems.
local parametric sensitivity analysis, the two approaches yield identical results. The references were chosen by the authors of the individual chapters. He was born in Chicago, Illinois and obtained all of his college training at Northwestern University.
Ecological systems theory (also called development in context or human ecology theory) offers a framework through which community psychologists examine individuals' relationships within communities and the wider society. The theory is also commonly referred to as the ecological/systems framework. It identifies five environmental systems with which an individual interacts. The Ecological systems theory was developed by Urie Bronfenbrenner.