adjective see cybernetics

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  • cybernetics — noun plural but singular in construction Etymology: Greek kybernētēs pilot, governor (from kybernan to steer, govern) + English ics Date: 1948 the science of communication and control theory that is concerned especially with the comparative study …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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