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Aims and scope
Cybernetics and Systems aims to share the latest developments in cybernetics and systems to a global audience of academics working or interested in these areas. We bring together scientists from diverse disciplines and update them in important cybernetic and systems methods, while drawing attention to novel useful applications of these methods to problems from all areas of research, in the humanities, in the sciences and the technical disciplines. Showing a direct or likely benefit of the result(s) of the paper to humankind is welcome but not a prerequisite.
We welcome original research that:
- Improves methods of cybernetics, systems theory and systems research
- Improves methods in complexity research
- Shows novel useful applications of cybernetics and/or systems methods to problems in one or more areas in the humanities
- Shows novel useful applications of cybernetics and/or systems methods to problems in one or more scientific disciplines
- Shows novel useful applications of cybernetics and/or systems methods to technical problems
- Shows novel applications in the arts
All submitted manuscripts are subject to initial evaluation by the Editor and, if found suitable for further consideration, to single anonymized peer-review by independent, anonymous expert reviewers.
Cybernetic Systems is abstracted and indexed in the Science Citation Index Expanded; Scopus; CompuMath Citation Index; INSPEC; CSA Computer Abstracts and more.
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Computer and information scientists, systems managers, and researchers in fuzzy systems, as well as those involved in management, robotics, linguistics, artificial intelligence, operations, and political science.
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