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16th Killian Award Lecture—Jay W. Forrester Part 1 (1988)

Jay W. Forrester discusses breakthroughs in computer science

Jay W. Forrester discusses breakthroughs in computer science

Jay W. Forrester delivers the first of two talks for the James R. Killian, Jr., Faculty Achievement Award, titled "The Common Foundation Underlying Physical and Social Systems: Information Sources and Methods for Modeling Social Systems," on March 30, 1988. Established in 1971 as a tribute to MIT's 10th president, the Killian Award recognizes extraordinary professional accomplishment by an MIT faculty member. The winner is asked to deliver a lecture in the spring term.

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