Volume 40, Numbers 1/2, 2011
Selected papers from conferences of the Cybernetics Society
: From the systemic view to systems science.
: Memory model of information transmitted in absolute judgment.
: Cybernetics and system dynamics: impacts on public policy.
: Elementary sub-atomic particles: the earliest adaptive systems.
: Pansystems 0**-logoi of philosophy, mathematics, technology, systems and society.
, Yi Lin
: 1. Conservation law of information and its application in evaluation and estimation of complex systems.
: Innovative systemic approach for promoting sustainable innovation for zero construction waste.
Volume 40, Numbers 3/4, 2011
Progress in organisational cybernetics
Fouzi M. Ben-Ali
: Structural design of a national youth and sports information system using the viable system model.
, Dirk Vriens
: Cybernetically sound organizational structures II: Relating de Sitter's design theory to Beer's viable system model.
S. A. Harwood
: Can a cybernetic lens contribute to the business strategy domain?
B. H. Rudall
: Research and development: current impact and future potential.
Alex M. Andrew
: Earthquake prediction, Wolfram Alpha, neuroimaging.
: Applying triangular fuzzy number for multi-sensor object recognition.
Volume 40, Numbers 5/6, 2011
Novel approaches for systems modeling
: Creativity: relation to neural transmission errors.
: Hedging with options and cardinality constraints in multi-period portfolio management systems.
: Tension reduction by military power equalization: the USA-USSR case.
, Yingfan Guo
, Weiwei Du
: Criteria for omnibearing imbalance of macroeconomic system structures and their strategic optimization.
, Liu Woye
: Study on contingency evolution of acquisition organization systems based on the game group link method.
, Xingsheng Gu
, Wei Gu
: Robust optimization approach for short-term scheduling of batch plants under demand uncertainty?
, Qing-Xin Zhu
, Yue Sun
: Edge detection for highly distorted images suffering Gaussian noise based on improve Canny algorithm.
Volume 40, Number 7/8, 2011
Art, Design, Mathematics - A MetaDisciplinary Conversation:
Papers from the 2010 Conference of the American Society for Cybernetics
: Introduction: a conference doing the cybernetics of cybernetics.
Gary M. Boyd
: Why the arts need cybernetics for our long-term viability.
: A cybernetic model approach for free jazz improvisations.
: Multiple objectivity: an anti-relativist approach to situated knowledge.
: An introduction to hyperseeing and hypersculptures.
: From abstract to actual: art and designer-like enquiries into data visualisation.
: Music, memory and cognition: a cybernetic approach.
Faisal L. Kadri
: The design and validation of an artificial personality.
: Norwich's Entropy Theory: how not to go from abstract to actual.
: Heinz von Foerster's heuristics course: A factor in the development of second-order cybernetics in the United States.
: Conversing with drawings and buildings: from abstract to actual in architecture.
Vahid Vahdat Zad
: Geometric reconstruction of Amir-Chakhmagh Square through backward-perspective.
Doug Van Nort
: Human: machine: human: Gesture, Sound and Embodiment.
: Re-thinking metaphor, experience and aesthetic awareness.
Alex M. Andrew
: Climate change again, MIT plans, exoskeleton, WikiLeaks.
Volume 40, Number 9/10, 2011
Forty years of Kybernetes
Alex M. Andrew
: A little known origin of cybernetics and some implications.
: Seeing a case study through a cybernetic epistemological lens.
, Randolph Rach
: Comparison of the Adomian decomposition method and the variational iteration method for solving the Lane-Emden equations of the first and second kinds.
: Cosmic system dynamics: a cyberneticist's perspective on gravitation.
, Sifeng Liu
: Small and large projects: their dynamics and which ones to take.
, Matjaz Mulej
: The complexities of business school alignment with the emerging globalisation of business education.
: Constructing a production exception handling system for the semiconductor manufacturing process.