Exploring the Human History Cybernetic Modeling, Systemic Perspectives, and Applications in Archaeological Eras


Sergey Nikolaevich Grinchenko


Since the 1970s, cybernetic modeling of evolutionary processes has progressed, particularly with the development of the informatics-cybernetic model (ICM). This model conceptualizes humanity as a self-regulating hierarchical network system, continuously tracking energy-based target crite-ria through search optimization algorithms. The outcomes are recorded in the system memory of corresponding hierarchical subsystems. Within the ICM framework, the spatio-temporal charac-teristics of global evolution exhibit modifications reminiscent of the Zhirmunsky-Kuzmin number series, a geometric progression they identified in the exploration of critical levels in biosystem development. The study also showcases applications of mathematical-cybernetic modeling results in understanding historical processes examined by archaeologists and historians.


Author Biography

Sergey Nikolaevich Grinchenko, Federal Research Center "Informatics and Control" RAS, Moscow

Sergey Grinchenko is the Chief Researcher at the Institute of Informatics Problems, Federal Research Centre "Informatics and Control" of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia. He is also the Vice President of the Biocosmological Association and full member of the International Informatization Academy. Areas of scientific interests include search engine optimization theory, cybernetic biology, cybernetic sociotechnology, cybernetic physics, theoretical informatics.