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T To ow wa ar rd d a a S Sy ys st te em mi ic c N No ot ti io on n o of f I In nf fo or rm ma at ti io on n: : P Pr ra ac ct ti ic ca al l C Co on ns se eq qu ue en nc ce es s Abstract Our main purpose in this paper is to start a process of a systemic definition of the notion of information and to provide some initial practical consequences of it. We will(More)
Participants: Faculty and doctoral students interested in using the case method, developing discussion and research cases, and employing classroom and distance technologies. Purpose: The objectives of this very short paper is 1) to briefly describe the sequence of the search/research activities that were triggered by the acceptance of a fake paper submitted(More)
Communication is fundamental in scientific practice and an integral part of academic work. The practice of communication cannot be neglected by those who are trying to advance scientific research. Effective means should continuously be identified in order to open channels of communication within and among disciplines, among scientists and between scientists(More)
The Peer Review Methodology Used in the Journal of Systemics, Cybernetics, and Informatics is Based on three-tier reviews: open (or non-blind), double-blind, and participative reviews. Final acceptance depends of the three kinds of reviews but a paper should be recommended by non-blind reviewers AND blind reviewers in order to be accepted for publication. A(More)
Our purpose in this document is to inform about the objectives we have for the second phase of the The Journal of Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics, JSCI (www.iiisci.org/Journal/sci), in order to get feedback as input for the final planning of the second phase of the journal. The main objectives of this second phase are the following:  To increase the(More)
This article discusses a conceptual framework for architecture-driven information system development. Rather than defining a completely new framework, the conceptual framework is synthesized out of relevant pre-existing frameworks for system development and architecture. Before discussing the actual framework, we briefly discuss the necessity for an(More)
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