Systema: connecting matter, life, culture and technology

This peer reviewed open access journal is dedicated to the building of a better world through the dissemination of high quality original and innovative research work on theories, methodologies, and applications of systems science, thinking and practice. It publishes the proceedings of the European Meetings on Cybernetics and Systems Research (EMCSR) and peer reviewed papers on systems, complexity and network research, as well as insightful survey papers.

The journal endorses cross-disciplinary approaches and welcomes contributions that enhance the self-understanding and unity of the global systems community, advance the systems sciences in significant ways, and have the potential for a positive impact in society.

Amongst the topics covered in support of these editorial themes are cybernetics, general systems theory, complex adaptive systems, theory of social systems, systems biology, economic systems, modeling, complexity, network theory, computational and information theory, and systems philosophy.  Read more...

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Systema: new name and refined editorial focus

 
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Vol 4, No 1 (2016): Special Issue: General Systems Transdisciplinarity

Table of Contents

Editorial

Special Issue: General Systems Transdisciplinarity PDF
Debora Hammond 1-3

Research Papers

Manifesto for General Systems Transdisciplinarity PDF
David Rousseau, Jennifer Wilby, Julie Billingham, Stefan Blachfellner 4-14
A Typology for the Systems Field PDF
David Rousseau, Jennifer Wilby, Julie Billingham, Stefan Blachfellner 15–47
The Scope and Range of General Systems Transdisciplinarity PDF
David Rousseau, Jennifer Wilby, Julie Billingham, Stefan Blachfellner 48–60
The Synergy between General Systems Theory and the General Systems Worldview PDF
David Rousseau, Julie Billingham, Jennifer Wilby, Stefan Blachfellner 61–75
In Search of General Systems Theory PDF
David Rousseau, Julie Billingham, Jennifer Wilby, Stefan Blachfellner 76-99
A Research Agenda for General Systems Transdisciplinarity PDF
David Rousseau, Stefan Blachfellner, Julie Billingham, Jennifer Wilby 100-110


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Systema: connecting matter, life, culture and technology (ISSN: 2305-6991) is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal. All journal content, except where otherwise noted, is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.