Good Reg­u­la­tor Theorems

TagLast edit: 18 Sep 2023 17:09 UTC by abramdemski

The Good Regulator Theorem is a theorem by Roger Conant and W. Ross Ashby which supposedly proves that “every good regulator of a system must be a model of that system”. In fact, there are some problems with that informal characterization.

Fix­ing The Good Reg­u­la­tor Theorem

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Con­nect­ing the good reg­u­la­tor the­o­rem with se­man­tics and sym­bol grounding

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Thoughts on the good reg­u­la­tor theorem

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