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Automatio

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Necesse est minima interventio humana ad multa commoda moderanda, ut in hac statione electricitatem generante.
Gubernator flyball? est primum exemplum systematis moderationis retroactionis.
Clepsydra, horologium aquale quod Ctesibius Alexandriae in Aegypto circa saeculum 3 a.C.n. excogitavit. Horas automarie numeravit gradu aquae in vase ordinando.
Machinae vaporariae sunt technologia saeculo duodevicensim excogitata ad automationem provehendam.

Automatio,[1] sive moderatio automaria,[1] est technologia qua ratio vel modus operandi auxilio humano quam minimum agitur,[2] quod est usus variorum systematum moderationis ad instrumenta operanda, sicut machinae aliique apparatus industriales, rationes in fabricis, calefactores aquae, tractatio caloris furnorum, commutatio in retibus telephonicis, gubernatio et stabilizatio navium, aeroplanorum, aliorumque vehiculorum, atque aliae adhibitiones, interventione imminuta aut minima humana effectus.

Vocabulum automatio, ex vocabulo automatico (Anglice automatic, ex automaton) ante 1947 raro adhibebatur, cum societas Fordiana provinciam automationis constitueret.[3] Societates industriales illo tempore moderatores retroactionis, qui annis 1930 introducti erant, celeriter accommodabant.[4]

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Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. 1.0 1.1 Warning icon.svg Fons nominis Latini desideratur (addito fonte, hanc formulam remove)
  2. Groover 2020.
  3. Rifkin 1995: 66, 75.
  4. Bennett 1993.

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