# Robert Rosen ' s Interpretation of Anticipatory Systems

@inproceedings{Dubois2003RobertR, title={Robert Rosen ' s Interpretation of Anticipatory Systems}, author={Daniel M. Dubois and Daniel M. Dubois}, year={2003} }

An anticipatory system is a system which contains a model of itself and/or of its environment in view of computing its present state as a function of the prediction of the model. With the concepts of incursion and hyperincursion, anticipatory discrete systems can be modelled, simulated and controlled. By definition an incursion, an inclusive or implicit recursion, can be written as: x(t+1) = F [..., x(t-1), x(t), x(t+1),...] where the value of a variable x(t+1) at time t+1 is a function of this…

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