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This Internet version © Copyright D J Stewart 2000. All rights reserved.
Original version © Copyright D J Stewart 1959.

A bibliography of the first decade of cybernetics

D J STEWART


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P - Q - R - S - T - U - V - W - X - Y - Z - Symposia


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DANCOFF, S.M. and QUASTLER, H. (1953). The information content and error rate of living things. In H. Quastler (Ed.), Information theory in biology. Urbana: Univer. of Illinois Press.

DAVID, H.T. et al. ( ). Sampling distributions for information functions. Report of Control Systems Laboratory, Univer. of Illinois, Urbana.

DAVIS, H. (1952). Information theory, 3 - Applications of information theory to research in hearing. J. Speech Hearing Disorders. 17, 189-197.

DAVIS, H.M. (1948). Mathematical machines. Sci. Amer. 180, 4, 29-40.

DAVIS, K.H., BIDDULPH, R. and BALASHEK, S. (1953). Automatic recognition of spoken digits. In W. Jackson (Ed.), Communication theory, second London symposium. London: Butterworths.

DAVIS, M.D. (1956). A note on universal Turing machines. In C.E. Shannon and J. McCarthy (Eds.), Automata Studies. Princeton: Princeton Univer. Press.

de LATIL, P. (1953). La Pensee artificielle -Introduction a la cybernetique. (Artificial thought - Introduction to cybernetics.) Paris: Gallimard.

de LEEUW, K., MOORE, E.F., SHANNON, C.E. and SHAPIRO, N. (1956). Computability of probabilistic machines. In C.E. Shannon and J. McCarthy (Eds.), Automata Studies. Princeton, N.J: Princeton Univer. Press.

DEININGER, R.I. and FITTS, P.M. (1955). Stimulus-response compatibility, information theory and perceptual-motor performance. In H. Quastler (Ed.), Information theory in psychology. Glencoe, Ill: Free Press.

DELORAINE, E. (1949). Pulse modulation. Proc. I.R.E. 37, 702-705.

DELPECH, L. (1953). Psychanalyse et cybernetique. (Psychoanalysis and cybernetics). Prox. XIth Int. Congr. Phil. 7, 155-161.

DEMPSEY, E.W. (1951). Homeostasis. In S.S. Stevens (Ed.), Handbook of experimental psychology. New York: Wiley.

DENBIGH, K.G. (1948). The kinetics of open reaction systems. Trans. Faraday Soc. 44, 158-163.

DEUTSCH, J.A. (1953). A new type of behaviour theory. Brit. J. Psychol, 44, 304-317.

DEUTSCH, J.A. (1954). A machine with insight. Quart. J. exp. Psychol. 6, 6-11

DEUTSCH, K. W. (1953a). Nationalism and social communication. Cambridge, Mass: Technology Press.

DEUTSCH, K.W. (1948/9). Some notes on research on the role of models in the natural and social sciences. Synthese, 7, 506-533.

DEUTSCH, K.W. (1949a). Innovation, entrepreneurship, and the learning process. In Change and the entrepreneur. Cambridg, Mass: Harvard Univer. Press.

DEUTSCH, K.W. (1949b). Some notes on research on the history of entrepreneurship, innovation and decision-making. In Explorations in entrepreneurial research, 8-16.

DEUTSCH, K.W. (1950a). Higher education and the unity of knowledge. In Goals for American education, ninth conference symposium on science, philosophy and religion. New York: Harper.

DEUTSCH, K.W. (1950b). Nationalism, communication and community. In Perspectives on a troubled decade, tenth conference syrnposium on science, philosophy and religion. New York: Harper.

DEUTSCH, K.W. (195la). Mechanism, organism, and society - some models in natural and social science. Phil. Sci. 18, 230-252.

DEUTSCH, K.W. (1951b). Mechanism, teleology, and mind - the theory of communications and some problems in philosophy and social science. Phil. phenomenol. Res. 12, 185-223.

DEUTSCH, K.W. (1952a). Communication theory and social science. Amer. J. Orthopsychiat. 22, 469-483.

DEUTSCH, K.W. (1952b). On communication models in the social sciences. Publ. Opin. Quart. 16, 356-380.

DEUTSCH, K.W. (1953b). Nationalism and the social scientists. In Lyman Bryson et al. (Eds.), Foundations of world organization. Eleventh conference symposium on science, philosophy and religion. New York: Harper.

DIEBOLD, J. (1952). Automation. New York: Van Nostrand.

DINEEN, G.P. (1955). Programming pattern recognition. In Proc. Western Joint Computer Conf., I.R.E., A.I.E.E., A.C.M.

DUBARLE, D. (1950). Existe-t-il des machines a penser? (Do thinking machines exist?) Rev. Quest. Sci. 11, 209-230.

DUBOULOZ, P. and CORRIOL, J. (1951). A propos de la cybernetique. (In regard to cybernetics). Ann. med-psychol. 1, 1-10.

DUNBAR, M. J. (1950). Feedback systems and oceanography. Amer. Sci. 38, 4-9 599-603.

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EARP, C.W. (1948). Relationship between rate of transmission of information, frequency, bandwidth, and signal-to-noise ratio. Elec. Comm. 25, 178-195.

EISENHART, C. (1949). Cybernetics - a new discipline. Science, 109, No.2834, 397-399.

EL-A'LEM, M.A. (1953). Cybernetics. (In Arabic) Egypt. J. Psychol. 8, 315-326.

ELIAS, P. (1953). Optics and Communication Theory. J. opt. Soc. Amer. 43, 229-232.

ELIAS, P. (1954). Error free coding. Trans. I.R.E. (PGIT), 4, 30

ELIAS, P. (1955). Coding for two noisy channels. In E.C. Cherry (Ed.), Information theory, third London symposium. London: Butterworths.

ELIOT, T.D. Reactions to predictive assumptions. Amer. sociol. Rev. 2, 508-517.

ELISON, D.G. (1949a). The application of operational analysis to human motor behaviour. Psychol. Rev. 56, 9-17.

ELISON, D.G. (1949b). Application of servo theory to human motor behaviour. Proc. Ind. Acad. Sci. 58, 290.

ELLSON, D.G. (1955). A method for technological predictions. In H. Quastler (Ed.), Information theory in psychology. Glencoe, Ill.: Free Press.

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FAIRBANKS, G. (1954.). Systematic research in experimental phonetics. I- A theory of the speech mechanism as a servo-system. J. Speech Hearing Disorders, 19, 133-139.

FAIRTHORNE, R.A. ( ). Automata and information. J. Doc. (London), 8, 3, 164.

FAIRTHORNE, R.A. (1953). Information theory and clerical systems. J. Doc. (London), 9, 2, 101-116.

FAIRTHORNE, R.A. (1955). Some clerical operations and languages. In E.C. Cherry (Ed.), Information theory, third London symposium. London: Butterworths.

FANO, R.M. ( ). The transmission of information (Part II). Technical report No 149, Research Laboratory of Electronics, M.I.T.

FANO, R.M. (1949). The transmission of informatiom.. Technical report No.65, Research Laboratory of Electronics, M.I.T.

FANO, R.M. (1950). The information theory point of view in speech communication. J. acoust. Soc. Amer. 22, 6, 691-696.

FARLEY, B.G. and CLARK, W.A. (1955). Simulation of self-organizing systems by a digital computer. Proc. Western Joint Computer Conf., I.R.E., A.I.E.E., A.C.M.

FARQUHARSON, R. (1955). Strategic information in games and in voting. In E.C. Cherry (Ed.), Information theory, third London symposium. London: Butterworths.

FATTU, N.A. (1951). Computational technics. Rev. educ. Res. 21, 415-431.

FAVERGE, J.M. (1953a). Le language des communications dans l'analyse du travail. (The language of communications in job analysis.) Bull, Cent. Etud.. Rech. psychotech. 2(1), 2-12.

FAVERGE, J.M. (1953b). La theorie de l'information en psychologie experimentale. (The theory of information in experimental psychology. psychology.) Annee psychol. 53, 463-476.

FEINSTEIN, A. (1954). A new basic theorem of information theory. Trans. I.R.E. (PGIT), 4, 2.

FESTINGER, L et al. ( ). Theory and experiments in social communication. Ann Arbor, Mich.: Research Centre for Group Dynamics.

FISHER, R.A. (1935). The logic of inductive inference. J. roy statist. Soc. 98, 1, 39-54.

FISHER, R.A. (1953). Statistical information. In H. Quastler (Ed.), Information theory in biology. Urbana: Univer. of Illinois Press.

FITTS, P.M. (1953). The influence of response coding on performance in motor tasks. In R.A. Patton (Ed.), Current trends in information theory. Pittsburg, Pa.: Univer. Of Pittsburg Press.

FITTS, P.M. (1954). The information capacity of the human motor system in controlling the amplitude of movement. USAF Pers. Train. Res. Cent. Res. Bull. No.54, 41. Also (1954) J. exp. Psychol. 47, 381-391.

FITTS, P.M. and MULLER, P. (1955). Rate of information transfer as a function of the penalty assigned to wrong decisions. Wright Air. Dev. Center Tech. Report.

FITTS, P.M. and SEEGER, C.M. (1953). S-R compatibility - spatial characteristics of stimulus and response codes. J. Exp. Psychol. 46, 199-210.

FITTS, P.M., WEINSTEIN, M., RAPPAPORT, M. ANDERSON, N. and LEONARD, J.A. (1956). Stimulus correlates of visual pattern recognition - a probability approach. J. Exp. Psychol. 51, 1-11.

FLEISHER, H. (1955). An introduction to the theory of information. Libr. Quart. 25, 326-332.

FRANK, L.K. (Ed.), (1948). Teleological mechanisms - symposium. N.Y. Acad. Sci. 50, Art. 4, 189.

FRICK, C.F. and. MILLER, G.A. (1951). A statistical description of operant conditioning. Amer. J. Psychol. 64, 20-36.

FRICK, F.C. and KLEMMER, E.T. (1951) .Assimilation of information from dot and matrix patterns. Amer. Psychol. 5, 80, 267. Also (1953). J. exp. Psychol. 45, 15-19.

FRIEDMAN, M. and SAVAGE, L.J. (1948). The utility analysis of choices involving risk. J. Polit. Econ. 56, 279.

FRITZ, E.L. and GRIER, G.W. Jr., (1955). Pragmatic communication. In H. Quastler (Ed.), Information theory in psychology. Glencoe: Free Press.

FRY, D.B. (1950). Communication theory and linguistic theory. In Information theory, first London symposium. London: Ministry of Supply. Mimeographed, 120-125.

FRY, D.B. and DENES, P. (1953). Mechanical speech recognition. In W. Jackson (Ed.), Conmunication theory, second London symposium. London: Butterworths.

FRY, D.B. and DENES, P. (1955). Experiments in mechanical speech recognition. In E.C. Cherry (Ed.), Information theory, third London symposium. London: Butterworths.

FUCKS, W. (1955). Mathematical theory of word formation. In E.C. Cherry (Ed.), Information theory, third London symposium. London: Butterworths.

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GABOR, D. (1946). Theory of communication. J. I.E.E. 93, 3, 439

GABOR, D. (1947a). Acoustical quanta and the theory of hearing. Nature, Lond., 159, 303.

GABOR, D. (1947b). New possibilities in speech transmission. J.Inst. elec. Engng, 94, 3, 369. Also (1948) J. I.E.E. 95, 3.

GABOR, D. (1950a). Communication theory and physics. In Information theory, first London symposium. London: Ministry of Supply. Mimeographed. Also (1950) Phil. Mag. 41, 7, 1161. Also (1951) Rev. Opt. (theor. instrum.).

GABOR, D. (1950b). Communication theory, past, present and prospective.In Information theory, first London symposium. London: Ministry of Supply. Mimeographed.

GABOR, D. (1951). Lectures on communication theory. Cambridge, Mass: M.I.T.

GABOR, D. (1953). A summary of communication theory. In W. Jackson (Ed.), Communication theory, second London symposium. London: Butterworths.

GABOR, D. (1954). Communication theory and cybernetics. Trans. I.R.E. (P.G. on Non-Linear .Circuits).

GABOR, D. (1955). Optical transmission. In E.C. Cherry (Ed.), Information theory, third London symposium. London: Butterworths.

GARDNER, M. (1952). Logic machines. Sci. Amer. 186, 3, 68-73.

GARNER, W.R. (1953). An informational analysis of absolute judgments of loudness. J. exp. Psychol. 46, 373-380.

GARNER, W.R. and HAKE, H (1951). The amount of information in absolute judgments. Psychol. Rev. 58, 446-459.

GARNER, W.R. and McGILL, W. J. ( ). Relation between uncertainty, variance, and correlation analysis.

GEORGE, F.H. (1953a). Formalization of language systems for behaviour theory. Psychol. Rev. 60, 4, 232-240.

GEORGE, F.H. (1953b). "Machines" as behavioural models. Rationalist Annu.

GEORGE, F.H. (1953c) A note on theory construction in science. Methodos, 5, 141-152.

GEORGE, F.H. (1957a). Minds and machines. III - Machines and human behaviour. B.B.C. Third programme talk, reported in The Listener, Jan 10.

GEORGE, F.H. (1957b). The applications of cybernetics. Technology, 5, 1, 182.

GEORGE, F.H. and HANDLON, J.H. (1955). Toward a general theory of behaviour. Methodos, 7, 25-44.

GERARD, R. W. (1951). Some of the problems concerning digital notions in the central nervous system. In H. von Foerster (Ed.), Transactions of the seventh conference on cybernetics. New York: Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation.

GERARD, R.W. (1953a). Central excitation and inhibition. In H. von Foerster (Ed.), Cybernetics - circular, causal and feedback mechanisms in biological and social systems. Transactions of the ninth conference. New York: Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation.

GERARD, R.W. (1953b). What is memory? Sci. Amer. 189, 118-126.

GITTLESON, Y. (1950). Sacred cows in collision. Amer. Sci. 38, 4, 603-609.

GLASER, R. and SCHWARTZ, T.A. (1954). Scoring problem - solving test items by measuring information. Educ. psychol. Measmt. 14, 665-671.

GOLAY, M.J.E. (1949). Notes on digital coding. Proc. I.R.E. 37, 657.

GOLD, T. (1950). Hearing. In Information theory, first London symposium. London: Ministry of Supply. Mimeographed.

GOLDMAN, S. (1953a). Information theory. New York: Prentice-Hall. Also London: Constable.

GOLDMAN, S. (1953b). Information theory of noise reduction in modulation systems. In W. Jackson (Ed.), Communication theory, second London symposium. London: Butterworths.

GOLDMAN, S. (1953c). Some fundamentals of information theory. In H. Quastler (Ed.), Information theory in biology. Urbana: Univer. of Illinois Press.

GOLDSTEIN, K. (1940). Human nature. Cambridge, Mass: Harvard Univer. Press.

GONSETH, F. (1950). L'organisation des robots sensorimoteurs et l'intuition geometrique. (The organisation of sensorimotor robots and the geometric intuition.) Dialectica, 4, 214-223.

GOOD, L.J. (1950). Probability and the weighing of evidence. Griffen.

GOOD, L.J. (1953). The appropriate mathematical tools for describing and analysing uncertainty. Paper given before the British Association, Sept. 8th. Also (1954) In C.F. Carter, G.P. Meredith, and G.L.S. Shackle (Eds.), Uncertainty and Business Decisions. Liverpool: Liverpool Univer. Press.

GOODWIN, R.M. (1947). Dynamic coupling with especial reference to markets having production lags. Econometrica, 15, 3, 181-204.

GRANT, D.A. (1953). Information theory and the discrimination of sequences in stimulus events. In R.A. Patton, Current trends in information theory. Pittsburgh: Univer. of Pittsburgh Press.

GRANT, D.A. (1954). The discrimination of sequences in stimulus events and the transmission of information. Amer. Psychologist, 9, 62-68.

GREGORY, R. L. (1955). An experimental treatment of vision as an information source and noisy channel. In E.C. Cherry (Ed.), Information theory, third London symposium. London: Butterworths.

GREGORY, R.L. (1953). On physical model explanations in psychology. Brit. J. Phil. Sci. 4-, 192-197.

GRUENBERGER, F. (1953). Computing manual. Third edition. Milwaukee: Univer. of Wisconsin Press.

GUILLARD, G.Th. (1954). La. cybernetique. (Cybernetics). Paris: Presses Universitaires de France.

GUILLAUME, P. (1954a). Cybernetique et psychologie. (Cybernetics and psychology.) J. Psychol. norm. path. 47-51, 360-378.

GUILLAUME, P. (1954b). Cybernetique et psychologie. II - Machines et systemes physiques. (Cybernetics and Psychology. II - Machines and physical systems.) J. Psychol. Norm. Path. 47-51, 486-499.

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HAKE, H.W. (1955a). A note on the concept of "channel capacity" in psychology. In H. Quastler (Ed.), Information theory in psychology. Glencoe, Ill.: Free Press.

HAKE, H.W. (1955b). The perception of frequency of occurrence and the development of "expectancy" in human experimental subjects. In H. Quastler (Ed.), Information theory in psychology. Glencoe, Ill.: Free Press.

HALDANE, J.B.S. (1952). The mechanical chess-player. (Comment on Ashby, 1952). Brit. J. Phil. Sci., 3, 189-191.

HALSTEAD, W.C. (1947). Brain and intelligence. Chicago, Ill.: Univer. of Chicago Press.

HAMMING, R.W. (1950). Error detecting and error correcting codes. Bell Syst. tech. J. 29, 147-160.

HANSEL, C.E.M. (1950). New machines. Bull. Brit. psychol. Soc. 1, 10, 392.

HARARY, F. and ROSS, I.C. (1954). The number of complete cycles in a communication network. J. soc. Psychol. 40, 329-332.

HARTLEY, R.V.L. (1928). Transmission of information. Bell Syst. tech. J. 7, 535-537.

HARTMAN, B.0. and WETHERBEE, J.K. (1956). 'Beta' a special purpose computer for studies in the human control of complex equipment. U.S. Army med. Res. Lab. Rep. No.236, i.

HARTREE, D.R. (1948). An historical survey of digital calculating machines. Proc. roy. Soc. 195, 265.

HARTREE, D.R. (1949). Calculating instruments and machines. Urbana: Univer. of Illinois Press. Also (1950). Cambridge, England: Cambridge Univer. Press.

HARVARD UNIVERSITY COMPUTATION LABORATORY (1948). Symposium on large-scale digital calculating machinery. Ann. Comput. Lab. Harv. 16.

HARVARD UNIVERSITY COMPUTATION LABORATORY. (1950). Symposium on large-scale digital calculating machinery. Ann. Comput. Lab. Harv. 26.

HAUROWITZ, F. (1953). Protein synthesis and immunochemistry. In H. Quastler (Ed.), Information theory in biology. Urbana: Univer. of Illinois Press.

HAYEK, F.A. (1952). The sensory order. London: Kegan Paul.

HAZELL, K. (1949). The C.N.S. is a living electrical system. Med. Pr. 221, 364-366.

HEBB, D.O. (1949). The organisation of behaviour. New York: Wiley.

HEFFERLINE, R.F. (1955). Communication theory: I. Integration of arts and science. Quart. J. Speech, 41, 223-233.

HERTZ, D. and LESSER, S. (1951). People in groups. Sci. Amer. 184, 2, 26-28.

HERTZ, D. and LIVINGSTONE, R.T. (1950) Contemporary organizational theory. Human relations, 3, 4.

HICK, W.E. (1948). The discontinuous functioning of the human operator in pursuit tasks. Quart. J. exp. Psychol. 1, 36.

HICK, W.E. (1950). Information theory in psychology. In Information theory, first London symposium. London: Ministry of Supply. Mimeographed. 130-134

HICK, W.E. (1951). Information theory and intelligence tests. Brit. J. Psychol., Statist Sect., 4, 157-164.

HICK, W.E. (1952a). The mechanical chess-player. (Comment on Ashby, 1952). Brit. J. Phil. Sci. 3, 353-355.

HICK, W.E. (1952b). On the rate of gain of information. Quart. J. exp. Psychol. 4, 11-26.

HICK, W.E. (1954). The impact of information theory on psychology. Advanc. Sci. 40, 397.

HOAGLAND, H. (1949). Rhythmic behaviour of the nervous system. Science, 109, 157-164.

HOCHBERG, J. and McALISTER, E. (1953). A quantitative approach to figural 'goodness'. J. exp. Psychol. 46, 361-364.

HOCKETT, C.F. (1952). An approach to the quantification of semantic noise. Phil. Sci. 19, 257-260.

HOMANS, G. (1950). The human group. New York: Harcourt Brace.

HOUSEHOLDER, A.S. and LANDAHL, H.D. (1945). Mathematical biophysics of the central nervous system. Bloomington, Ind.: Principia Press.

HUFFMAN, D.A. (1953). A method for the construction of minimum-redundancy codes. In W. Jackson (Ed.), Communication theory, second London symposium. London: Butterworths.

HUFFMAN, D.A. (1955). The synthesis of linear sequential coding networks. In E.C. Cherry (Ed.), Information theory, third London symposium. London: Butterworths.

HUGGINS, W.H. (1949). Linear systems and group dynamics. Mimeographed paper.

HUGGINS, W.H. (1953). A theory of hearing. In W. Jackson (Ed.), Communication theory, second London Symposium. London: Butterworths.

HUGGINS, W.H. and LICKLIDER, J.C.R. (1951). Place mechanisms of auditory frequency analysis. J. acoust. Soc. America, 23, 3, 290-299.

HUIZINGA, E. (1953). The sense of hearing - its significance in human beings. Proc. Int. Course Paedo-Audiology, Groningen University, 9-15.

HULL, C.I. (1937). Mind, mechanism and adaptive behaviour. Psychol. Rev. 44, 1-32.

HUTCHINSON, G.E. (1948). Circular Causal systems in Ecology. Ann. New York Acad. Sci. 50, art. 4, 221-245.

HUTCHINSON, G.E. (1953). Turbulence as random stimulation of sense organs. In H. von Foerster (Ed.), Cybernetics - circular, causal and feedback mechanisms in biological and social systems. Transactions of the ninth conference. New York: Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation.

HYMAN, R. (1953). Stimulus information as a determinant of reaction time. J. exp. Psychol. 45, 188-196.

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INNIS, H.A. (1949). The bias of communications. Canad. J. econ. polit. Sci. 15, 4, 457-476.

INSTITUTION OF RADIO ENGINEERS (1953). Convention record. Part 8 - Information theory.

IRWIN, M.R. (1953). Genes and antigens. In H. Quastler (Ed.), Information theory in biology. Urbana: Univer. of Illinois Press.

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JACOBSON, H. (1950). The information capacity of the human ear. Science, 112, 143-144.

JACOBSON, H. (1951a). Information and the human ear. J. acoust. Soc. Amer. 23, 463-471.

JACOBSON, H. (1951b). The information capacity of the human eye. Science, 113, 292-293.

JAMES, H.F., NICHOLLS, N.B. and PHILLIPS, R.S. (1948). Theory of servomechanisms. New York: Penguin Books.

JELONEK, Z. (1953). A comparison of transmssion systems. In W. Jackson, (Ed. ), Communication theory, second London symposium. London: Butterworths.

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