What is wiener?

  • (noun): United States mathematician and founder of cybernetics (1894-1964).
    Synonyms: Norbert Wiener
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Wiener

Wiener is German for Viennese, but may also refer to:

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Wiener - Other Uses
... The Wiener Börse, a stock exchange in Vienna, Austria The Wiener Library, the world's oldest institution devoted to the study of the Holocaust The Wiener Werkstätte, an Austrian production ...
Mark Wiener
... Mark Wiener (New York City, August 24, 1951 – September 29, 2012) was a New York City based abstract painter, editor and teacher ... Wiener studied painting and photography under Bauhaus influences at the Philadelphia College of Art ... Wiener worked for some years, in the United States and Europe, as a professional photographer, illustrator and web designer before turning to full-time painting ...
SC Wiener Neustadt
... SC Wiener Neustadt is an Austrian association football club based in Wiener Neustadt. ...
The Book With Seven Seals - Recordings
... Julius Patzak (Evangelist), Otto Wiener (God), Hanny Steffek, Hertha Töpper, Erich Majkut, Frederick Guthrie (soloists) Munich Philharmonic cond ... Eberhard Büchner (Johannes),Robert Holl (God), Wiener Symphoniker, Wiener Singverein, Horst Stein (cond.) (1997) Stig Fogh Andersen, Rene Pape, soloists Bavarian Radio Symphony ... Nikolaus Harnoncourt, Wiener Singverein ...
Spinnerin Am Kreuz - Stone Tower in Wiener Neustadt
... The second Spinnerin am Kreuz is located in the city of Wiener Neustadt (Austria), some distance south of Vienna ... The 2nd stone-tower was erected by Meister M ...

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    The idea that information can be stored in a changing world without an overwhelming depreciation of its value is false. It is scarcely less false than the more plausible claim that after a war we may take our existing weapons, fill their barrels with cylinder oil, and coat their outsides with sprayed rubber film, and let them statically await the next emergency.
    —Norbert Wiener (1894–1964)