Norbert Wiener was a famous American mathematician who took the field of math and expanded it to a variety of other areas, ultimately culminating in the development of Cybernetics, an all-encompassing field that dealt with the interaction of feedback loops and behavior.
Norbert Wiener was born on November 26, 1894, in Columbia, Missouri. His father, Leo, earned a living teaching Slavic and German languages to others.
– Professor at MIT – Guggenheim Scholar in Europe – Contributions to the War Effort – Post-War Career
– Cybernetics – General Philosophy – Brownian Motion & Wiener Process – Wiener Equation – Wiener Filter
– Norbert Wiener: A Life in Cybernetics – The Human Use of Human Beings: Cybernetics and Society – Cybernetics Or Control And Communication In The Animal And The Machine