EMCSR 98, Thursday, April 16, p.m. Room 48

Symposium B: System, the Quantum, and Complexity
M.Carvallo, Netherlands, and G.Groessing, Austria

A Quantitative Measure of Complexity in a Feedback Model for Macroevolution
S.Fussy, G.Grössing, H.Schwabl, Austrian Institute for Nonlinear Studies, Vienna, Austria
Complexity, Quantum Theory, and a System-Theoretic Description of Cognitive Processes
D.Gernert, Technical University of Munich, Germany
The Semantic Filter and the Structure of Observation
G.L.Farre, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C., USA

Symposium H: Cybernetics of Socio-Economic Systems and of Country Development
P.Ballonoff, USA, and S.A.Umpleby, USA

Systems Thinking or Systems Dreaming?: Predictive, Normative and Prescriptive Approaches in Applications of Systems Thinking in Social Sciences
C.Mesjasz, Academy of Economics, Cracow, Poland
Liberalism, Libertarianism, Free Choice
P.Ballonoff, Ballonoff Consulting Service, Washington, D.C., USA
General Considerations on Fundamental Differences Between the Anglo-American and the Central European Socio-Economic System
K.Körner, Vienna, Austria
From Verbal Data to Complex Problem Solving by GABEK
J.Zelger, Leopold-Franzens-University, Innsbruck, Austria

Johannes Matiasek
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