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The editors of the international journal Advances in Systems Science and Applications invite submissions of previously unpublished research and/or survey papers in systems research, cybernetics, systems engineering, the spectrum of engineering activity, decision-making, management of products and services, and processes of all types.

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Professor Jeffrey Yi-Lin Forrest, editor of Communications in Cybernetics, Systems Science and Engineering, cordially invites all scholars to submit monograph and/or reference book proposals in the areas covered by this book series. Said areas include, but are not limited to:

1) All fields of systems research, cybernetics and the interdisciplinary study of cybernetics and systems in the widest sense, such as:

  • Artificial intelligence
  • Automation and robotics
  • Biocybernetics
  • Complex and fuzzy systems
  • Computer simulation
  • Cross-disciplinary problem-solving
  • Cybernetics/systems analysis modeling and simulation
  • Ecosystems
  • Information theories
  • Interrelations between cybernetics/systems and other sciences
  • Management cybernetics and systems (including soft systems methodology, Ackoff’s interactive planning, Churchman’s theory of inquiring systems, and other approaches)
  • Natural language
  • Philosophy of cybernetics and systems
  • Theoretical and experimental knowledge of various categories of systems, such as adaptive, anticipatory, autopoietic, cellular, chaotic, dynamic, economic and social, hierarchical, immune-like, intelligent, knowledge-based, learning, neural, quantum, self-organizational, self-producing and self-referential

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