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A breakthrough paper that conclusively validates the scientific foundation of Ayurveda and Siddha, based on modern control systems engineering, has been published in the International Journal of Systems of Systems Engineering (IJSSE), an eminent peer-reviewed international systems engineering journal. The paper’s research findings were presented at Sages & Scientists Conference in Carlsbad, California USA.
The paper entitled The Control Systems Engineering Foundation of Traditional Indian Medicine: The Rosetta Stone for Siddha and Ayurveda, which is accessible in Open Access format from Inderscience Publisher (and available below), begins:
“This work uncovers the scientific foundation of traditional systems of Indian medicine: Siddha and Ayurveda, from core principles shared in modern control systems engineering. The discovery provides a much-needed integrative framework to develop a systems medicine that overcomes the reductionism of modern healthcare.” (Source: V.A. Shiva Ayyadurai, Title of the Journal, 2014)
Eminent systems scientists and medical researchers are hailing the paper as a fundamental and seminal contribution to the field of integrative medicine and systems science.