Mihai Draganescu

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Decision support systems (DSS) are human-centered information systems meant to help managers placed on different authority levels to make more efficient and effective decisions for problems evincing an imperfect structure. These systems are very suitable information tools to apply to various management and control problems that are complex and complicated(More)
In this paper it is shown that the product of categories and the product of functors may be extended from the structural to the phenomenological domains. For the phenomenological domains the products of functors applies both to functors and autofunctors. Examples of such products representing feasible physical and informational processes are given in the(More)
We examine the need for a new approach to science that takes into account both structural science, i.e. current science as practiced by most scientists, and structural-phenomenological science, which allows for the coupling of quantum theory to brain functions, examines the nature of consciousness, etc. This new approach will result in what is termed(More)
In the first part of the paper it is shown that both the quantum physics and the science of mind and consciousness are going together toward a unique frontier of science, the sructural-phenomenological frontier. The problem of the phenomenological information unifies the two frontiers of the quantum world and of consciousness into one. Still, this frontier(More)
Kato and Struppa (1999) proposed the notion of autofunctor. In the present paper, the meanings of this notion are analysed in the light of a proposed structural-phenomenological interpretation of the theory of categories (Draganescu 2000). The autofunctor may become important for phenomenological categories. It represents an informational and physical(More)