Volume 36, Number 1, 2007
Alex M. Andrew
: Investment spam, digital libraries, video tours, solid-state PC.
Carl A. Rodrigues
: Cybernetic-scanning management: Utilizing people's and organizations' energies to attain greater efficiency.
, Sifeng Liu
: National economic strength as evaluated using grey systems theory.
Volume 36, Number 2, 2007
, Matjaz Mulej
: The systemic approach to the encouragement of innovativeness through employee diversity management.
: Elements of a cybernetic epistemology: The four modes of coexistence of goal-orientated systems.
Vladimir S. Lerner
: Systems science, information systems theory, and informational macrodynamics: review.
: Solution of the three-dimensional transport equation using the spectral methods.
Volume 36, Numbers 3/4, 2007 Special Issue:
Current Researches and Developments - Part I
: The RISCOM model: dialogues and requisite organisation.
: Technology learning systems as non-trivial machines.
, Alfonso Reyes
, Eduardo Aldana
, Jorge Villalobos
, Juan C. Bohorquez
, Juan P. Calderón
, Alonso Botero
, Nelson L. Lammoglia
, José-Luis Villaveces
, Luis A. Pinzón
, Ricardo Bonilla
, Andres Mejia
, José David Bermeo
, Isaac Dyner
, Neil F. Johnson
, Juan A. Valdivia
: Rethinking research management in Colombia.
Paul A. Stokes
: From management science to sociology: Cybernetics, finalization and the possibility of a social science.
, Doug Haynes
: Stafford Beer's contribution to management science - renewal and development.
: AXSYS: an intelligent system for e-learning.
: Systemic yoyo model and applications in Newton's, Kepler's laws, and others.
Volume 36, Numbers 5/6, 2007 Special Issue:
current researches and developments - Part II
: A flexible platform for mixed-integer non-linear programming problems.
Alex M. Andrew
: Newlook ASC, new WOSC address, machine translation.
: A reliable technique for solving third-order dispersion equations.
: Reconciliation of perception of information granules and granular mappings.
, Ali Sahin
: Numerical solution of the Burgers' equation over geometrically graded mesh.
: Systems view, emergence and complexity.
: Time-splitting procedures for the solution of the two-dimensional transport equation.
Volume 36, Numbers 7/8, 2007 Special Issue:
The Beginning of a New Epistemology:
In Memoriam, Gregory Bateson (1904-1980)
Wendel A. Ray
: Bateson's cybernetics: the basis of MRI brief therapy: prologue.
: Batesonian epistemology, Bushman n/om-kxaosi, and rock art.
: Toward Batesonian sociocybernetics: from Naven to the mind beyond the skin.
: Gregory Bateson in contemporary cross-cultural systemic psychotherapy.
: Practicising psychotherapy employing Gregory Bateson's epistemological models.
: Reflections on learning and addiction: porpoises and palm trees.
Eberhard von Goldammer
, Joachim Paul
: "The logical categories of learning and communication": reconsidered from a polycontextural point of view: Learning in machines and living systems.
: Looking for "scientific" social science: The Macy Conferences on Cybernetics in Bateson's itinerary.
Hans Rudi Fischer
: Language games and (hi)stories: Wittgenstein, Bateson and Schapp on the role of language in therapy.
Hans Günter Holl
: Second thoughts on Gregory Bateson and Alfred Korzybski.
, Laura Scarino
: Metalogue: "less than one and more than two: developing a partiality for whole(some)ness".
Christine Angela Knoop
: Fictional communication: developing Gregory Bateson's "Theory of Play and Fantasy".
: What would Bateson's work look like today?: Inside one of the world's most violent nations, now a model for peacemaking and sustainability.
Volume 36, Numbers 9/10, 2007 Special Issue:
Cybernetics and Design
: Introduction: special double issue of Kybernetes on cybernetics and design.
: Try again. Fail again. Fail better: the cybernetics in design and the design in cybernetics.
Ana Paula Baltazar
: Towards a virtual architecture: pushing cybernetics from government to anarchy.
D. P. Dash
: Self-observing collective: An exemplar for design research?
: It's all about communication: graphics and cybernetics.
: How to design a black and white box.
: Research through DESIGN through research: A cybernetic model of designing design foundations.
: Design and prosthetic perception.
Christopher Kian Teck Kueh
: A sociocybernetic approach to wayfinding map studies: The systems of people-map-space interactions.
: Architecture as a verb: cybernetics and design processes for the social divide.
: Second-order cybernetics, architectural drawing and monadic thinking.
: Conversations with the self-knowledge creation for designing.
: Design of the netgeneration: Streaming the flow of design and science in the educational practice of the creative industry.
: A framework for designing sustainable urban communities.