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Richard E. Bellman, an American applied mathematician, worked in industry for years before turning his attention to applied mathematics in biology and medicine. He was the founding editor of the journal Mathematical Biosciences in 1967. In this lecture, Bellman addressed the difficulties in understanding large and complex systems, and suggested that computer simulation can be a useful tool for increasing our understanding of them.
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System theory, Technology
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Bellman, Richard Ernest, ""Large Systems"" (1975). Special Collections: Oregon Public Speakers. 123.