Lars Löfgren

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Lars Löfgren is a Swedish cybernetician. He was awarded the Wiener Gold Medal by the American Society for Cybernetics in 2008.[1]

Lars Löfgren was involved in extending the logical and linguistic approaches to various problems raised by early cybernetics. His work helped develop a more consistent conceptual base for cybernetics through a holistic approach to second order cybernetics.[1]

He was one of the internationally renown cyberneticians invited by Heinz von Förster to the Biological Computer Laboratory,[2] but he did most of his work while professor at Lund University.

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  1. ^ a b Kauffman, Louis H. "American Society for Cybernetics award" (PDF). American Society for Cybernetics. American Society for Cybernetics. Retrieved 20 January 2018. 
  2. ^ "The Beginning of Heaven and Earth Has No Name: Seven Days with Second-Order Cybernetics by Heinz Von Foerster, 2014 | Online Research Library: Questia". www.questia.com. Retrieved 20 January 2018.