Nikolay Amosov - Founder of Biocybernetical Information Technologies Nikolay Amosov about his Life and Works Pictures. Supplements. Bibliography

December 6, 2021 108 years since the birth of
Nikolai Mikhailovich Amosov

Nikolay Amosov - Founder of Biocybernetical Information Technologies

Pictures. Literature. Supplements. Site N.M.Amosov

Nikolay Amosov, 1999.

6.12.1913 - 12.12.2002



Realization of N.Amosov's ideas through computers and robots Realization of N.Amosov's ideas through computers and robots Nikolay Amosov. Seminar, 70-s XX century Nikolay Amosov. Seminar, 70-s
Aleksey Ivakhnenko, Nikolay Amosov, Victor Glushkov Aleksey Ivakhnenko, Nikolay Amosov, Victor Glushkov A fragment of M-network A fragment of M-network
One of the experiments with MOD One of the experiments with MOD Before TAIR is taking a "walk" Before TAIR is taking a "walk"
TAIR is taking a "walk" TAIR is taking a "walk" The MAVR robot The MAVR robot
Neurocomputer-PC interaction system. 1989 Neurocomputer-PC interaction system. 1989 The latest neurocomputer prototype The latest neurocomputer prototype
Business meeting, 1998 Business meeting, 1998 After a seminar, June 2001 After a seminar, June 2001
At the department - the last visit, March 2001 At the department - the last visit, March 2001 Models "Socion", "MAN" Models "Socion", "MAN"

Supplements

  1. The site "My World Outlook" of Nikolay Amosov
  2. Chapter "Mind" from book "Amosov's encyclopedia"

Bibliography:

  1. Amosov, N.M. Modeling of Thinking and of the Mind. Kiev: Naukova Dumka, 1965. 304 p.
  2. Amosov, N.M. Modeling of Complex Systems. Kiev: Naukova Dumka, 1968. 87 p.
  3. Amosov, N.M. Artificial Intelligence. Kiev: Naukova Dumka, 1969. 155 p.
  4. Amosov, N.M. Algorithms of the Mind. Kiev: Naukova Dumka, 1979. 223 p.
  5. Amosov, N.M. Human Nature. Kiev: Naukova Dumka, 1983. 222 p.
  6. Amosov, N.M., Kasatkin, A.M., Kasatkina, L.M., Talayev, S.A. (1973). Automata and the Mindfull Behaviour. Kiev: Naukova Dumka, 1973. 374 p.
  7. Neurocomputers and Intelligent Robots. N.M.Amosov, ed. Kiev: Naukova Dumka, 1994. 272 p.

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