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The CYBERNETIC BASIS FOR HUMAN RECONSTRUCTION

Gordon Pask and Joseph Ben-Dak Brunel University Doctoral Theses 1981 12.08.2016 00:15
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Evaluation of the Doctoral Thesis "The Cybernetic Basis for Human Reconstruction: Application in the Middle East" of Yitzhaq Hayut-Man by the Ph.D. examiners Joseph Ben Dak and professor Gordon Pask



The Thesis entitled "The Cybernetic Basis for Human Reconstruction: Application in the Middle East" by Mr. Isaac Y. Haissman (Khayut Man*) does in our opinion satisfy the requirements of this university for the award of the doctoral degree Ph.D.

The argument is supported by careful research among original resources as well as observations of conditions that prevail, or could prevail, in this region. Amongst the sources examined were the major factions in the Middle East: Arab, Egyptians, Iraqis, Jews, Marxist, the PLO, and the USA. Haissman has devised series of four game-like situations (some games involving novel configurations of micro-processors) to implement aspects of conflict resolution: all of them are specifically oriented to the Middle East, and appeal, as conflict resolution tools, to members of the factions mentioned.

We recommend that the thesis is accepted for the Ph.D. as exhibiting original thought cogent research and promising considerable material benefits; further, that the thesis is published in an abbreviated form.

 

J. Ben Dak                                                       G. Pask 

(External Examiner,                                          (Supervisor

University of Haifa)                                          Brunel University)

 

20th of August 1981 


nowadays rendered as Yitzḥaq Ḥayut-Man - Y.H)

 



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