LCS III Demonstrations of Perceptual Control Theory (PCT) Models and Simulations
Living Control Systems III: The Fact of Control
Benchmark Publications Inc.
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Living Control Systems III: The Fact of Control is the third in a series about perceptual control theory (PCT), a robust theory of behavior originated in the 70s by William T. Powers, and explored, developed and tested for the past 30+ years by an ever-widening circle of researchers, scientists, educators and clinical practitioners worldwide.
LCS III includes an extensive mathematical Appendix, Index, and over 50 illustrations (more than half in full color), and a CD of free open-source computer programs of interactive models and simulations of Perceptual Control Theory (PCT).
This book is about control theory and its uses as a way of explaining how human behavior, and perhaps the behavior of all organisms, works.
W T. Powers and Bruce B. Abbott (2008).
LCS III Demonstrations of Perceptual Control Theory (PCT) Models and Simulations. Living Control Systems III: The Fact of Control. Bloomfield, NJ: Benchmark Publications Inc..