A report on Computer science and Complex system

Charles Babbage, sometimes referred to as the "father of computing".
Open systems have input and output flows, representing exchanges of matter, energy or information with their surroundings.
Ada Lovelace published the first algorithm intended for processing on a computer.
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Gosper's Glider Gun creating "gliders" in the cellular automaton Conway's Game of Life
Graphical representation of alternative stable states and the direction of critical slowing down prior to a critical transition (taken from Lever et al. 2020). Top panels (a) indicate stability landscapes at different conditions. Middle panels (b) indicate the rates of change akin to the slope of the stability landscapes, and bottom panels (c) indicate a recovery from a perturbation towards the system's future state (c.I) and in another direction (c.II).
A perspective on the development of complexity science (see reference for readable version)
A plot of the Lorenz attractor.

Areas such as operating systems, networks and embedded systems investigate the principles and design behind complex systems.

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Complex systems is therefore often used as a broad term encompassing a research approach to problems in many diverse disciplines, including statistical physics, information theory, nonlinear dynamics, anthropology, computer science, meteorology, sociology, economics, psychology, and biology.

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Charles Babbage, sometimes referred to as the "father of computing".

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Principle diagram of a cybernetic system with a feedback loop

Cybernetics

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Wide-ranging field concerned with regulatory and purposive systems.

Wide-ranging field concerned with regulatory and purposive systems.

Principle diagram of a cybernetic system with a feedback loop
Simple feedback model. AB < 0 for negative feedback.
Ctesibius' water clock, as visualized by the 17th-century French architect Claude Perrault
James Watt
Norbert Wiener

At its most prominent during the 1950s and 1960s, cybernetics is a precursor to fields such as computing, artificial intelligence, cognitive science, complexity science, and robotics amongst others.

Computer science