Final Lecture part #2

Final Lecture part #2 - Review Next class. No attendance...

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Unformatted text preview: Review Next class. No attendance required, only for those wishing to have a preview of the test. we will post the material. Test December 14 at 12:10 pm (Please be here on time) Test will be similar to previous tests Image identification Multiple choices. Fill out the blank. More details to come on final review On Monday December 5 th . o Thinking locally Acting globally In an electronic world, subjects, and objects give way to nodes and networks, and structure and function are subsumed by process . The computers mode of organization...mirrors the processes of living systems where each of the parts is a node in a dynamic network of relationships that is continually readjusting and renewing itself at every level of its existence ... (Rifkin, p.180, 1998) The theory of Cybernetics establishes that all processes can be understood as an amplification of information or feedback or both . Popularized by Norbert Wiener. McDonough and Braungart Do more with less "The strategy of maximizing instead of reducing was also...
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This note was uploaded on 02/09/2012 for the course INT 111 taught by Professor Bernadi during the Fall '11 term at ASU.

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Final Lecture part #2 - Review Next class. No attendance...

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