The integration of stimulation and knowledge systems: a semiotic perspective

H.W.M. Gazendam

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Abstract

In a time of rapid change of technological possibilities and of internationalization, organizations need to experiment with these new possibilities, and to understand their potential for change and improvement. This potential for change and improvement can only be revealed by organizational thinking, thinking using existing and novel organization concepts. Organizational thinking can be stimulated and supported by formalization of existing theories, in order to analyze their range of expressiveness and logical structure (Gazendam, 1993), as well as by simulation models that show emergent organizational phenomena, especially related to interagent communication and knowledge in organizations.
Original languageEnglish
Pages-
Number of pages10
Publication statusPublished - 24 Mar 1997
Event7th Mini EURO Conference 1997: Decision Support Systems, Groupware, Multimedia and Electronic Commerce - Bruges, Belgium
Duration: 24 Mar 199727 Mar 1997
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Conference7th Mini EURO Conference 1997
CountryBelgium
CityBruges
Period24/03/9727/03/97
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Keywords

  • IR-95901
  • METIS-103680
  • Simulation
  • Knowledge Systems
  • Knowledge-based Simulation

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Gazendam, H. W. M. (1997). The integration of stimulation and knowledge systems: a semiotic perspective. -. Paper presented at 7th Mini EURO Conference 1997, Bruges, Belgium.
Gazendam, H.W.M. / The integration of stimulation and knowledge systems: a semiotic perspective. Paper presented at 7th Mini EURO Conference 1997, Bruges, Belgium.10 p.
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Gazendam HWM. The integration of stimulation and knowledge systems: a semiotic perspective. 1997. Paper presented at 7th Mini EURO Conference 1997, Bruges, Belgium.