Special Issue of JASS journal

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Date: Tue May 08 2001 - 15:21:00 MET DST

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          Journal of Applied Systems Studies
         Methodologies and Applications for Systems Approaches
                                  [ JASS ]

                       http://www.unipi.gr/jass/

             JASS announces that the Special Issue on :

    "Living, Evolutionary and Tailorable Information Systems: Development
    Issues and Advanced Applications"
    has been scheduled.

             "Living systems" is a core research area in the Systems Sciences
    and has been applied in disciplines ranging from biology to manufacturing
    and economics. It is only recently, however, that the 'living' aspect has
    been applied to Information Systems (IS) and that dynamic concepts such as
    evolution and tailorability have been researched. In timely fashion, this
    special issue explores approaches to information systems development that
    promote the ongoing design of systems and/or defer the design process. It
    is increasingly recognised that business organisations are 'emergent' in
    the face of change driven by technology, globalisation, deregulation,
    acquisition and merger, customer relationship management and the like.

             If you are interested in the above special issue title AND for
    the current issues, please visit JASS web site.
             For submission of papers consult the "Aims & Scope" of JASS.

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    Tailorable Information Systems: Development Issues and Advanced
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    <x-tab>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;</x-tab>&quot;Living
    systems&quot; is a core research area in the Systems Sciences and has
    been applied in disciplines ranging from biology to manufacturing and
    economics. It is only recently, however, that the ‘living’ aspect has
    been applied to Information Systems (IS) and that dynamic concepts such
    as evolution and tailorability have been researched. In timely fashion,
    this special issue explores approaches to information systems development
    that promote the ongoing design of systems and/or defer the design
    process. It is increasingly recognised that business organisations are
    ‘emergent’ in the face of change driven by technology, globalisation,
    deregulation, acquisition and merger, customer relationship management
    and the like. <br>
    <br>
    <x-tab>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;</x-tab>If you are
    interested in the above special issue title&nbsp; <b>AND&nbsp; </b>for
    the current issues, please visit JASS web site.<br>
    <x-tab>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;</x-tab>For
    submission of papers consult the &quot;Aims &amp; Scope&quot; of
    JASS.<br>
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