Kybernetes: The International Journal of Systems - Cybernetics, Volume 28, 1999

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Kybernetes: The International Journal of Systems - Cybernetics, Volume 28, 1999

AALTONEN, J., see ÚSTERMARK, R.ABBAOUI, K. and CHERRUAULT, Y., The decomposition method applied to the Cauchy problem, No. 1, p. 68-74.ABBAOUI, K., see BADREDINE, T.ABBAOUI, K., see HIMOUN, N.ADAMATZKY, A., Discrete Dynamics Lab: 1992-1999, No. 8, pp. 983-8.ADJEDJ, B., Application of the decomposition method to the understanding of HIV immune dynamics, No. 3, pp. 271-83.ALONSO, A., ESTEBAN, M.D. and MORALES, D., On testing hypotheses with doubly censored data, No. 8, pp. 889-904.ASTAFYEV, V.I., GORSKY, Y.M. and YOLKOV, L.N., Norbert Wiener and new trends in cybernetics development (with emphasis on homeostatics), No. 5, pp. 527-37.BADREDINE, T., ABBAOUI, K. and CHERRUAULT, Y., Convergence of Adomian's method applied to integral equations, No. 5, pp. 557-64.BAI, G. and LINDBERG, L.-A., A sociocybernetic approach to information systems development, Nos 6/7, pp. 792-809.BIRRER, F.A.J., Sustainability, democracy and sociocybernetics, Nos 6/7, pp. 810-20.BOLONKIN, A., The twenty-first century: the advent of the non-biological civilization and the future of the human race, No. 3, pp. 325-34.BOWLING, D., see ESPEJO, R.BROZYNA, J., The science of human and social processes: an introduction to vytvorology, No. 2, pp. 181-97.CHANG, C.-L., LE Y.-H. and WEI, C.-C., Failure mode and effects analysis using fuzzy method and grey theory, No. 9, pp. 1072-80.CHEN, W., An incongruous imprecise reasoning model and its abstract reasoning algorithms based on pansystems methodology, No. 3, pp. 306-9.CHEN, W., Predicting production based on genetic algorithms, No. 1, p. 86-91.CHENG, T.C.E., see LIN, F.CHERRUAULT, Y., see ABBAOUI, K.CHERRUAULT, Y., see BADREDINE, T.CHERRUAULT, Y., see HIMOUN, N.CHERRUAULT, Y., see MORA, G.CHERRUAULT, Y., see SACI, E.A.CHOUDHURY, M.A., A philosophico-mathematical theorem on unity of knowledge, Nos 6/7, pp. 763-76.DINGHE, G., see XUEMOU, W.DOUGALL, C., Autopoiesis and Aristotle: rethinking organisation as form, Nos 6/7, pp. 777-91.ESPEJO, R., Aspects of identity, cohesion, citizenship and performance in recursive organisations, Nos 6/7, pp. 640-58.ESPEJO, R., BOWLING, D. and HOVERSTADT, P., The viable system model and the Viplan software, No. 6/7, pp. 661-78.ESTEBAN, M.D., see ALONSO, A.FIDELMAN, U., A suggested hemispheric basis for the guided search model, No. 4, pp. 461-90.FIDELMAN, U., Neural transmission-errors, cerebral arousability and hemisphericity: some relations with intelligence and personality, Nos 6/7, pp. 695-725.GARNER, B., see KUTTI, S.GHOSAL, A., Second order cybernetics - implications in real life, No. 3, pp. 377-84.GHOSAL, A., see KUTTI, S.GORCE, P., A cybernetical method for simulating the dynamic erect stance posture control under perturbation, No. 9, pp. 1042-53.GORSKY, Y.M., RAZUMOV, V.I. and TESLINOV, A.G., Danger of development of a global catastrophe and the need for new information concepts, No. 8, pp. 929-38.GORSKY, Y.M., see ASTAFYEV, V.I.GUANGCHENG, X., Abstract neural automata: ergodicity of evolution of genetico-variable structure, No. 8, pp. 939-44.HIMOUN, N., ABBAOUI, K. and CHERRUAULT, Y., New results of convergence of Adomian's method, No. 4, pp. 423-9.HÚGLUND, R., see ÚSTERMARK, R.HOVERSTADT, P., see ESPEJO, R.HOYT, J. and HUQ, F., A simulation model of the "contract change" process, Nos 6/7, pp. 826-36.HUQ, F., see HOYT, J.ISHIKAWA, A., Knowledge management, autopoiesis and apoptosis, Nos 6/7, pp. 821-5.JAMES, B., The topology of the action potential, No. 1, pp. 92-3.JAMES, B., The whole picture, No. 5, pp. 611-13.JOHANESSEN, J.-A., OLAISEN, J. and OLSEN, B., Systemic thinking as the philosophical foundation for knowledge management and organizational learning, No. 1, pp. 24-46.JUMARIE, G., Elements for a theory of fractals in dynamic systems involving human factors, No. 4, pp. 407-22.KHEFIF, A., A weak method in numerical identification, No. 5, pp. 565-74.KOCHEL, B., Control of the first-line human defence system: an autocatalytic model, No. 4, pp. 430-40.KUSKOV, A., A systems approach designed to explain a phenomenon of biological structures in the universe, Nos 6/7, pp. 845-7.KUSKOV, A., From the anthropic principles towards the global strategy, Nos 6/7, pp. 753-62.KUTTI, S., GARNER, B. and GHOSAL, A., Modelling expert resource management systems, No. 4, pp. 385-406.LE, Y.-H., see CHANG, C.-L.LEE, E.T. and LEE, M.E., Algorithms for generating generalized gray codes, Nos 6/7, pp. 837-44.LEE, E.T. and LEE, M.E., Applying successive improvement transformations for intelligent problem solving, No. 2, pp. 198-203.LEE, E.T. and LEE, M.E., Interactions of medical expert systems, No. 9, pp. 1081-3.LEE, E.T. and LEE, M.E., Similarity-driven pictorial database design using entity-relationship approach, No. 3, pp. 298-305.LEE, M.E., see LEE, E.T.LIEBOWITZ, J., A look at why information systems fail, No. 1, pp. 61-7.LIEBOWITZ, J., YAVERBAUM, G. and SILVERS, L., Web-based multimedia case studies: ahead of our time?, No. 2, p. 211-15.LIN, F. and CHENG, T.C.E., The principles and laws of general systems and their applications, No. 1, pp. 75-85.LINDBERG, L.-A., see BAI, G.LLORET-CLIMENT, M., Measures of cellular change in systems theory, No. 9, pp. 1016-26.LUNCA, M., Cybernetics of solvability applied to problem solving, No. 8, pp. 905-28.MAJERNåK, V., A "realistic" Maxwell's demon is in fact a cognitive robot, No. 9, pp. 1065-71.MALIK, D.S. and MORDESON, J.N., On fuzzy recognizers, No. 1, pp. 47-60.MASNIKOSA, V.P., On some obstacles in communication and transfer of knowledge, No. 5, pp. 575-84.MORA, G. and CHERRUAULT, Y., An approximation method for the optimization of continuous functions of n variables by densifying their domains, No. 2, pp. 164-80.MORA, G. and CHERRUAULT, Y., On the minimal length curve that densifies the square, No. 9, pp. 1054-64.MORALES, D., see ALONSO, A.MORDESON, J.N., see MALIK, D.S.MRCHEV, S.J., Bionics: psychocybernetics of the human memory - Part IV: modelling of the human long-term memory, No. 3, pp. 284-97.MUS£S, C., Cybernetics, the conscience of science: studies of interactions between physical and sociopolitical feedbacks and the theory behind them, No. 4, pp. 361-76.NEGOITA, C.V., On fuzzy systems: part I, No. 5, pp. 597-610.NEGOITA, C.V., On fuzzy systems: part II, No. 8, pp. 945-61.OLAISEN, J., see JOHANESSEN, J.-A.OLSEN, B., see JOHANESSEN, J.-A.ÚSTERMARK, R., Forecasting stock returns with reference to global capital asset pricing forces, No. 9, pp. 1027-41.ÚSTERMARK, R. and AALTONEN, J., Competing transformation models - Part I: Methodology; Part II: Empirical results, No. 4, pp. 441-60.ÚSTERMARK, R. and SÚDERLUND, K., A multiperiod firm model for strategic decision support, No. 5, pp. 538-56.ÚSTERMARK, R., HÚGLUND, R. and SAXÜN, H., Estimating system response to a regime shift: some evidence on international asset pricing, Nos 6/7, pp. 732-52.PANCHVIDZE, K.M., The "fuzzy computer-test" problem, No. 2, pp. 216-26.PAPAKYRIAZIS, A. and PAPAKYRIAZIS, P., Adaptive prediction: a sequential approach to forecasting and estimation of nonstationary environmental systems, No. 2, pp. 204-10.PAPAKYRIAZIS, P., see PAPAKYRIAZIS, A.PARIKH, M., SHAH, N.H. and SHAH, Y.K., Diversification in economic order quantities (EOQ) model, No. 3, p. 319-24.PEDRYCZ, W. and ROVENTA, E., From fuzzy information processing to fuzzy communication channels, No. 5, pp. 515-26.RAZUMOV, V.I., see GORSKY, Y.M.ROVENTA, E., see PEDRYCZ, W.SACI, E.A. and CHERRUAULT, Y., A neural network for modeling the process of transcriptional control in eukaryotic cells, Nos 6/7, pp. 726-31.SAXÜN, H., see ÚSTERMARK, R.SHAH, N.H., see PARIKH, M.SHAH, Y.K., see PARIKH, M.SILVERS, L., see LIEBOWITZ, J.SKYTTNER, L., Praxeology - 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Abstract neural automata: ergodicity of evolution of genetico-variable structure, GUANGCHENG, X., No. 8, pp. 939-44.Adaptive prediction: a sequential approach to forecasting and estimation of nonstationary environmental systems, PAPAKYRIAZIS, A. and PAPAKYRIAZIS, P., No. 2, pp. 204-10.Algorithms for generating generalized gray codes, LEE, E.T. and LEE, M.E., Nos 6/7, pp. 837-44.Application of the decomposition method to the understanding of HIV immune dynamics, ADJEDJ, B., No. 3, pp. 271-83.Applying successive improvement transformations for intelligent problem solving, LEE, E.T. and LEE, M.E., No. 2, pp. 198-203.(An) approximation method for the optimization of continuous functions of n variables by densifying their domains, MORA, G. and CHERRUAULT, Y., No. 2, pp. 164-80.Aspects of identity, cohesion, citizenship and performance in recursive organisations, Nos 6/7, pp. 640-58.Autopoiesis and Aristotle: rethinking organisation as form, DOUGALL, C., Nos 6/7, pp. 777-91.Bionics: psychocybernetics of the human memory - Part IV: modelling of the human long-term memory, MRCHEV, S.J., No. 3, pp. 284-97.Competing transformation models - Part I: Methodology; Part II: Empirical results, ÚSTERMARK, R. and AALTONEN, J., No. 4, pp. 441-60.Control of the first-line human defence system: an autocatalytic model, KOCHEL, B., No. 4, pp. 430-40.Convergence of Adomian's method applied to integral equations, BADREDINE, T., ABBAOUI, K. and CHERRUAULT, Y., No. 5, pp. 557-564.(A) cybernetical method for simulating the dynamic erect stance posture control under perturbation, GORCE, P., No. 9, pp. 1042-53.Cybernetics of solvability applied to problem-solving, LUNCA, M., No. 8, pp. 905-28.Cybernetics, the conscience of science: studies of interactions between physical and sociopolitical feedbacks and the theory behind them, MUS£S, C., No. 4, pp. 361-76.Danger of development of a global catastrophe and the need for new information concepts, GORSKY, Y.M., RAZUMOV, V.I. and TESLINOV, A.G., No. 8, pp. 929-38.(The) decomposition method applied to the Cauchy problem, ABBAOUI, K. and CHERRUAULT, Y., No. 1, pp. 68-74.Discrete Dynamics Lab: 1992-1999, ADAMATZKY, A., No. 8, pp. 983-8.Diversification in economic order quantities (EOQ) model, PARIKH, M., SHAH, N.H. and SHAH, Y.K., No. 3, pp. 319-24.Elements for a theory of fractals in dynamic systems involving human factors, JUMARIE, G., No. 4, pp. 407-22.Estimating system response to a regime shift: some evidence on international asset pricing, ÚSTERMARK, P., HÚGLUND, R. and SAXEN, H., Nos 6/7, pp. 732-752.Failure mode and effects analysis using fuzzy method and grey theory, CHANG, C.-L., LE, Y.-H. and WEI, C.-C., No. 9, pp. 1072-80.Forecasting stock returns with reference to global capital asset pricing forces, ÚSTERMARK, R., No. 9, pp. 1027-41.From fuzzy information processing to fuzzy communication channels, PEDRYCZ, W. and ROVENTA, E., No. 5, pp. 515-26.From the anthropic principles towards the global strategy, KUSKOV, A., Nos 6/7, pp. 753-62.(The) "fuzzy computer-test" problem, PANCHVIDZE, K.M., No. 2, pp. 216-26.(An) incongruous imprecise reasoning model and its abstract reasoning algorithms based on pansystems methodology, CHEN, W., No. 3, pp. 306-9.Interactions of medical expert systems, LEE, E.T. and LEE, M.E., No. 9, pp. 1081-3.Knowledge management, autopoiesis and apoptosis, ISHIKAWA, A., Nos 6/7, pp. 821-5.(A) look at why information systems fail, LIEBOWITZ, J., No. 1, pp. 61-7.Measures of cellular change in systems theory, LLORET-CLIMENT, M., No. 9, pp. 1016-26.Modelling expert resource management systems, KUTTI, S., GARNER, B. and GHOSAL, A., No. 4, pp. 385-406.(A) multiperiod firm model for strategic decision support, ÚSTERMARK, R. and SÚDERLUND, K., No. 5, pp. 538-56.(A) neural network for modeling the process of transcriptional control in eukaryotic cells, SACI, E.A. and CHERRUAULT, Y., Nos 6/7, pp. 726-31.Neural transmission-errors, cerebral arousability and hemisphericity: some relations with intelligence and personality, FIDELMAN, U., Nos 6/7, pp. 695-725.New results of convergence of Adomian's method, HIMOUN, N., ABBAOUI, K. and CHERRUAULT, Y., No. 4, pp. 423-9.Norbert Wiener and new trends in cybernetics development (with emphasis on homeostatics), ASTAFYEV, V.I., GORSKY, Y.M. and YOLKOV, L.N., No. 5, pp. 527-37.On fuzzy recognizers, MALIK, D.S. and MORDESON, J.N., No. 1, pp. 47-60.On fuzzy systems: part I, NEGOITA, C.V., No. 5, pp. 597-610.On fuzzy systems: part II, NEGOITA, C.V., No. 8, pp. 945-61.On some obstacles in communication and transfer of knowledge, MASNIKOSA, V.P., No. 5, pp. 575-84.On testing hypotheses with doubly censored data, ALONSO, A., ESTEBAN, M.D. and MORALES, D., No. 8, pp. 889-904.On the minimal length curve that densifies the square, MORA, G. and CHERRUAULT, Y., No. 9, pp. 1054-64.Pansystems cybernetics: framework, methodology and development, XUEMOU, W. and DINGHE, G., Nos 6/7, pp. 679-94.(A) philosophico-mathematical theorem on unity of knowledge, CHOUDHURY, M.A., Nos 6/7, pp. 763-76.Praxeology - a cybernetic application, SKYTTNER, L., No. 3, pp. 141-63.Predicting production based on genetic algorithms, CHEN, W., No. 1, pp. 86-91.(The) principles and laws of general systems and their applications, No. 1, pp. 75-85.(A) "realistic" Maxwell's demon is in fact a cognitive robot, MAJERNIK, V., No. 9, pp. 1065-71.(The) science of human and social processes: an introduction to vytvorology, BROZYNA, J., No. 2, pp. 181-97.Second order cybernetics - implications in real life, GHOSAL, A., No. 4, pp. 377-84.Similarity-driven pictorial database design using entity-relationship approach, LEE, E.T. and LEE, M.E., No. 3, pp. 298-305.(A) simulation model of the "contract change" process, HOYT, J. and HUQ, F., Nos 6/7, pp. 826-36.(A) sociocybernetic approach to information systems development, BAI, G. and LINDBERG, L.-A., Nos 6/7, pp. 792-809.(A) suggested hemispheric basis for the guided search model, FIDELMAN, U., No. 4, pp. 461-90.Sustainability, democracy and sociocybernetics, BIRRER, F.A.J., Nos 6/7, pp. 810-20.Systemic thinking as the philosophical foundation for knowledge management and organizational learning, JOHANESSEN, J.-A., OLAISEN, J. and OLSEN, B., No. 1, pp. 24-46.(A) systems approach designed to explain a phenomenon of biological structures in the universe, KUSKOV, A., Nos 6/7, pp. 845-7.(The) topology of the action potential, JAMES, B., No. 1, pp. 92-3.(The) twenty-first century: the advent of the non-biological civilization and the future of the human race, BOLONKIN, A., No. 3, pp. 325-34.(The) viable system model and the Viplan software, ESPEJO, R., BOWLING, D. and HOVERSTADT, P., Nos 6/7, pp. 661-78.(A) weak method in numerical identification, KHEFIF, A., No. 5, pp. 565-74.Web-based multimedia case studies: ahead of our time?, LIEBOWITZ, J., YAVERBAUM, G. and SILVERS, L., No. 2, pp. 211-15.(The) whole picture, JAMES, B., No. 5, pp. 611-13. Contemporary systems and cyberneticsApplication of AI, No. 3, pp. 263-4.Artificial brain, No. 3, pp. 259-60.Automated automobile, No. 5, pp. 499-501.Automatic analysis of handwrritten documents, No. 5, pp. 504-05.Automation and cybernetics, No. 9, pp. 1007-09.Biocybernetics, No. 1, pp. 12-13; No. 9, pp. 1002-03.Biological motors, No. 5, pp. 506-08.Brain implant controls computer, No. 1, pp.8-10.Combating computer rage, No. 8, pp. 867-8.Communication systems, No. 8, pp. 869-71.Cyberhumans, No.1, pp. 10-12.Cybernetic studies in Romania, No. 2, pp. 128-9.Cybernetics and automation, No. 5, pp. 509-10; No. 8, pp. 871-4.Cybernetics and psychology, No. 8, pp. 865-7.Cybernetics in the UK, No. 1, p. 20.Devices controlled by thought, No. 9, pp. 1005-06.Genetics smartcard, No. 3, pp. 261-2.Global information access, No. 2, pp. 133-4.High-tech musical instruments, No. 5, pp. 505-06.Human cells may process information, No. 3, pp. 258-9.Image recognition systems, No. 1, pp. 13-14.Innovations, No. 2, pp. 135-7; No. 9, pp. 999-1002.Innovations in cybernetics and systems, No. 3, pp. 265-7.Innovative space technology, No. 5, pp. 501-02.Innovative systems, No. 8, pp. 8787-80.Interplay between smell and the mind, No. 5, pp. 508-09.Language interface, No. 5, pp. 498-9.Management cybernetics, No. 2, pp. 129-31.Management cybernetics - human resource development, No. 8, pp. 878-80.Mathematics and cybernetics, No. 9, p. 1005.Molecular devices, No. 9, pp. 1005-06.Nanofabrication, No. 2, pp. 131-2.New devices in medicine, No. 3, pp. 264-5.Robotic revolution, No. 3, pp. 262-3.Robotics and cybernetics, No. 1, pp. 14-16.RSI and the brain, No. 9, pp. 998-9.Scientific research and warfare, No. 8, pp. 864-5.Sociocybernetics, No. 1, pp. 16-19.Software reliability and safety, No. 5, pp. 503-04.VDU radiation, No. 9, pp. 1009-10.Web publishing revolution?, No. 2, pp. 134-5. Internet commentary (Andrew, A.M.)ABC News, No. 2, p. 140.Choice of ISP, No. 8, pp. 883-4.Compuserve News, No. 2, pp. 139-40.Computers for Net access, No. 8, pp. 881-2.(The) cybernetic communications discussion group list, No. 5, pp. 513-14.Cybernetics discussion list - change of address, No. 2, p. 140.Detailed colour apologies, No. 9, pp. 1014-15.Foreign and Commonwealth Office, No. 2, p. 139.(The) integrated environment, No. 8, p. 884.Integrated environment, No. 9, pp. 1013-14.ID21 news, No. 3, pp. 268-70.International access, No. 8, pp. 882-3.Internet university, No. 1, pp. 22-3.News by Internet, No. 2, p. 138.Other reference works, No. 9, p. 1014.Personal Web site, No. 8, p. 882.Psychology of the Internet: research and theory, No. 5, pp. 511-13.Radical constructivism, No. 3, p. 268.Tributes to Gordon Park, No. 9, p. 1012.Two university sites, No. 9, pp. 1012-13.Virtual university, No. 1, pp. 21-2.(The) W3 Virtual Library of Cybernetics, No. 9, pp. 1011-12.Yahoo, No. 2, p. 139. 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