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ERIC Number: ED088455
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1973
Pages: 84
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Global and Long-Distance Decision-Making, Environmental Issues and Network Potentials.
Samuelson, K.; And Others
FID/TM, an international group concerned with theory and methods of systems cybernetics and information networks, held a panel session at the 34th Annual American Society for Information Science (ASIS) Meeting in November 1971. This report contains the seven papers presented by that panel, concerning issues in global decision-making and the role therein of information networks: "Global Decision-Making, Information Networks and Environmental Quality" by K. Samuelson, "The Nature of Networks" by Harold Borko, "Global and Long-Distance Decision-Making, Problems Regarding Multi-Disciplinarity and Screening" by B. V. Tell, "Global Decision Making Issues-Potentials" by Peter Nador, "Visualizing the Information for Better Decision Making" by Roger Dubon, "The International Road Research Information Network" by P. E. Irick and P. E. Mongar, and "Information Networks-Some Observations on Possible Functions and Structure" by H. F. Dammers. (SL)
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Authoring Institution: International Federation for Documentation, The Hague (Netherlands).; Royal Inst. of Tech., Stockholm (Sweden). Dept. of Information Processing - Computer Science.