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A structural approach to human personality, which helps to unify the key concepts of the major theories of personality with particular reference to Freudian and Jungian philosophy, is proposed.
Systems with the socalled additive property are studied. This kind of system is an abstract in the language of systems theory of some useful structures in mathematics, such as topology. Some mapping properties between additive systems are given and open questions are posed.
A new method to solve zerosum twoperson games with imprecise values in their matrices of payoffs is suggested. The natural lack of precision generated by the use of fuzzy numbers in a fuzzy game requires the use of subjective criteria by the players in the resolution model. We apply a ranking...
The viability of a social system is dependent upon its ability to generate information and learn. This requires an appropriate arrangement of its information systems, incorporating two types of recursions and reflecting two methods of learning. The first method generates information the second...
A discussion and review of the important biography by Pesi R. Mansani of Norbert Wiener, with comment on the precybernetic era, Wiener's origins, his postdoctoral studies, together with his achievements in mathematics, his connection with the USSR, his wartime activities and, finally, his...
An essential feature article Introduction The Nature of Living Systems, published by James Grier Miller and Jessie L. Miller in Behavioral Science, Vol. 35 No. 3, 1990, pp. 15763, was the first joint publication of the authors in 1990, the 60th year of their writing collaboration. In it they...
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