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Biomedical cybernetics

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Biomedical cybernetics

Biomedical cybernetics investigates biology, ecology and health sciences.

Contents

  • Fields 1
  • Methods 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Fields

Methods

See also

References

  • Fricke, O., G. Lehmkuhl and E. Schoenau (2006). “The principle of regulation in biology--from bone to eating behavior.” Exp Clin Endocrinol Diabetes. 114 (4): 197-203.
  • Kitano, H. (Hrsg.) (2001). Foundations of Systems Biology. Cambridge (Massachusetts), London, MIT Press, ISBN 0-262-11266-3.
  • 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

  • ResearchGate topic on biomedical cybernetics


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