Biomedical cybernetics


Biomedical cybernetics

Biomedical cybernetics deals with investigating signal processing, decision making and control structures in living organisms. Applications of this research field are in biology, ecology and health sciences.

Fields

* Biological cybernetics
* Medical cybernetics

Methods

* Connectionism
* Decision theory
* Information theory
* Systeomics
* Systems theory

See also

* cybernetics
* signalomics
* systeomics
* prosthetics

References

*Barabási, A. L. and Z. N. Oltvai (2004). [http://www.nature.com/nrg/journal/v5/n2/full/nrg1272_fs.html “Network Biology: Understanding the Cell's Functional Organization.”] Nature Reviews Genetics 5 : 101-13.
*Fricke, O., G. Lehmkuhl and E. Schoenau (2006). [http://www.thieme-connect.de/ejournals/pdf/eced/doi/10.1055/s-2006-924068.pdf “The principle of regulation in biology--from bone to eating behavior.”] [http://www.eced.org Exp Clin Endocrinol Diabetes.] 114 (4): 197-203.
*Kitano, H. (Hrsg.) (2001). Foundations of Systems Biology. Cambridge (Massachusetts), London, MIT Press, ISBN 0262112663.
*Warwick, K, Gasson, M, Hutt, B, Goodhew, I, Kyberd, P, Andrews, B, Teddy, P and Shad, A:“The Application of Implant Technology for Cybernetic Systems”, "Archives of Neurology", 60(10), pp1369-1373, 2003.

External links

* [http://www.citeulike.org/tag/biomedical-cybernetics Papers on biomedical cybernetics cited in CiteULike]


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