The International Journal of Knowledge and Systems Science (IJKSS) promotes “the development of knowledge science and systems science as well as the collaboration between the two sciences among academics and professionals from various disciplines around the world.”
“Targeting academicians, professors, students, practitioners, and field specialists, this journal covers the development of new paradigms in the understanding and modeling of human knowledge process from mathematical, technical, social, psychological, and philosophical frameworks.”
Topics covered include: Adaptive complex systems, Causal interactions and dynamic interweaving, Context management, Modeling of dynamic complexity, Risk and catastrophe management, Sense-making, Soft Systems Methodology, Systems dynamics, Systems Theory and Use of narratives.
The International Journal of Knowledge and Systems Science was originally launched by the International Society of Knowledge and Systems Science, which was initiated in 2000 in Japan.
This is a journal of the Information Resources Management Association.
Posted: August 2019
Last modified: October 2019