Beijing 2019

International Academy for Systems and Cybernetic Sciences
Beijing, China, May 10-12, 2019

Tianamen Square

 

Conference Information Packet

Some Examples of How Systems and Cybernetics Can Contribute to Traditional Disciplines
Stuart Umpleby

The Mission of the International Academy for Systems and Cybernetic Sciences: Some Recent Discoveries
Stuart Umpleby

Data Modelling and Analysis using the New Discriminative Broad Learning System
Philip Chen

Mankind has consumed the Earth’s resources (hosting capacity) without recycling waste. No species can survive without increasing its capacity to be hosted. (Slides)
Pierre Bricage

From Science Heritage to Present Design and Future Practice: Prospects for the Development of the Systems Science and Systems Research Field
Stefan Blachfellner

Enabling local people and groups to support global organisational development
Raul Espejo

From recovery of cyber-systemic sensibilities to fostering cyber-systemic thinking in practice capabilities: fifty years of experience at the Open University (UK)
Ray Ison

Wuli-Shili-Renli-System approach and third order of System science
Jifa Gu

Trying to Stabilize the Population and Mean Temperature of the World
Antonio Caselles and Maria T. Sanz

Social Gerontology as an Applied Systems Behavior and Theory
Matjaz Mulej and Borut Ambrozic

About the IRDO Institute for the Development of Social Responsibility (SR) as an Informal Promotion of Systemic Behavior
Matjaz Mulej and Anita Hrast

Second order systems: cybernetic foundations for the social sciences
Bernard Scott

Could a Systemic Approach Predict the Social Role of Women in the Future? : An Attempt on Socioevolutiany Bases (Paper) (Slides)
Francisco Parra-Luna

Better Individual Healthcare and Welfare with Foot Reflexology and Energetic Chronotherapy
Colette Palacios and Pierre Bricage

 

 

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