International Journal of Applied Systemic Studies (IJASS)
International Journal of Applied Systemic Studies (IJASS) is dedicated to
publishing quality manuscripts on all aspects of systemic analysis, from
both a practical and an academic viewpoint. It publishes contributions from
practitioners and academics, as well as national and international policy
and standard making bodies, and sets out to be the definitive international
reference source for such information.
The mission of IJASS is to develop methodologies based on the laws and rules
of various sciences. New designs and functional methodologies are composed
for applications in business, operational and social, as well as biological,
The objectives of IJASS are to spread the science of systems and present the
research and application results of its domain. As the science rapidly
changes and grows, resources and time become more precious. IJASS provides
the very best information and analysis to keep up to date with the latest
developments and approaches to other scientific domains, through the
application of systems approaches to them.
* To provide a forum for the exchange of experiences and information of
studying the systems and the methodologies, tools and products used to
design, measure and achieve it.
* To promote awareness of the crucial role of systems studies in the
effective construction of the information systems developed, used, and/or
maintained by organizations in pursuit of their business objectives. To
provide a vehicle for the publication of academic papers related to all
aspects of soft and hard system approaches.
IJASS publishes original work of an applied nature that significantly
contributes to systems approaches. The journal also publishes book reviews
and special issues devoted to important topics of systemic nature. For
special issues, IJASS accepts proposals on specific application domains of
systems sciences, especially on emerging topics having focus on real systems
or simulations based on representative traces from real systems. Review
papers and technical reports will also be accepted.
ISSN (Online): 1751-0597
ISSN (Print): 1751-0589
Prof. Nikitas Assimakopoulos
University of Piraeus
Department of Informatics
80, Karaoli & Dimitriou Str.
GR-185 34 Piraeus
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Current Issue: Volume 1 Issue 1 2007
Date: 31 October 2007