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The Hypercomplex Society (Digital Formations, V. 5)

by Lars Qvortrup

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Published by Peter Lang Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Information Technology,
  • General,
  • Social Science,
  • Computers - General Information,
  • Information society,
  • Sociology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages234
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11396815M
    ISBN 100820457043
    ISBN 109780820457048

    In his book “The Hypercomplex Society” (), Lars Qvortrup provides a compelling perspective on the social, cultural and economic shifts taking place in the early 21st century, especially as they relate to the processes and practices of digitization. Dispelling the notions of the “information society,” the “network society,” the. About this book Introduction The work aims at bringing together international leading specialists in the field of Quaternionic and Clifford Analysis, as well as young researchers interested in the subject, with the idea of presenting and discussing recent results, analyzing new trends and techniques in the area and, in general, of promoting.

    Mobilizing the Information Society: Strategies for Growth and Opportunity Robin Mansell、W. Edward Steinmueller / Oxford University Press, USA / / USD (目前无人评价). But this argument necessarily prompts renunciation of a theory of society and restricts efforts to develop methods for dealing with highly complex or even hypercomplex systems. But this has been done anyway, although with little success, since the discovery of .

      Klein's encyclopedia upheld German as the primary medium, and the Congresses drew together all nations. The Quaternion Society was the primary arena addressing hypercomplex numbers, and was dissolved after upon the death of its president, Alexander Macfarlane. In mathematics, hypercomplex number is a traditional term for an element of a finite-dimensional unital algebra over the field of real study of hypercomplex numbers in the late 19th century forms the basis of modern group representation theory.


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This book provides an alternative choice―the hypercomplex society, which is a critical, complex-theoretical understanding of society whose growing level of social complexity represents the basic challenge of our current by: The Hypercomplex Society (Digital Formations, V. 5) by Qvortrup, Lars and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - The Hypercomplex Society Digital Formations by Qvortrup, Lars - AbeBooks.

This book provides an alternative choice - the hypercomplex society, which is a critical, complex-theoretical understanding of society whose growing level of social complexity represents the basic challenge of our current society.

This book provides an alternative choice - the hypercomplex society, which is a critical, complex-theoretical understanding of society whose growing level of social complexity represents the basic Author: Lars Qvortrup.

The Hypercomplex Society. By Lars Qvortrup. New York: Peter Lang Publishers, pp. ISBN (paper). Instead of viewing today’s society as postindu strial or postmodern, Lars Qvortrup suggests that we understand it as hypercomplex. According to Qvortrup, this shift in focus is neces.

The Hypercomplex Society, Lars Qvortrup / Lang, Peter / ISBN: Didelis knygų pasirinkimas ir visada gera kaina. Nemokamas pristatymas į. The Hypercomplex Society outlines the features of hypercomplexity and foregrounds a theory of complexity as the core theory of society.

For Qvortrup, hypercomplexity does not imply that current society is simply becoming more complex in some quantitative sense that allows us to easily compare contemporary society to societies of the past.

This book provides an alternative choice - the hypercomplex society, which is a critical, complex-theoretical understanding of society whose growing level of social complexity represents the basic challenge of our current s: 2. This book includes a selection of papers presented at the session on quaternionic and hypercomplex analysis at the ISAAC conference in Krakow, Poland.

The topics covered represent new perspectives and current trends in hypercomplex analysis and applications to mathematical physics, image analysis and processing, and : Paperback. the new type of society the hypercomplex society. The question to be dealt with therefore concerns whether planning can be a meaningful endeavour in the organisations of the hypercomplex society.

The book is written out of the conviction that there is a positive – but cautious – answer to be given. T1 - Deep Learning in a Hypercomplex Third-order Society. T2 - 17th European Academy of Management Conference. AU - Neisig, Margit. N1 - Conference code: PY - Y1 - M3 - Conference article.

JO - EURAM conferenceproceeding. JF - EURAM conferenceproceeding. M1 - Y2 - 21 June through 24 June ER. “In summary, this book contains a wide variety of hot topics on advanced computational intelligence methods which incorporate the concept of complex and hypercomplex number systems into the framework of artificial neural networks.

Abstract Hurled into hypercomplexity, we are facing a complex process of anthropological transformation, of a shift in paradigms, models and codes, other than an irreversible synthesis of new value systems and criteria for judgment.

and Hyperspherical Hypercomplex Numbers: Merging Numbers and Vectors into Just One Mathematical Entity”, to the following journals: Bulletin of Mathematical Sciences on 08 AugustHypercomplex Numbers in Geometry and Physics (HNGP) on 13 August and has been accepted for publication on 29 April in issue No.

22 of HNGP. Hypercomplex Analysis. Editors: Sabadini, Irene, Shapiro, Michael, Sommen, Franciscus (Eds.) *immediately available upon purchase as print book shipments may be delayed due to the COVID crisis. ebook access is temporary and does not include ownership of the ebook.

Only valid for books with an ebook version. The objectives of this paper are threefold: firstly, to reconstruct the controversies and the scientific debate on the subject of complexity and on the factors determining its passage to hypercomplexity; secondly, to underline that an interdisciplinary and systemic approach which envisions objects as systems rather than considering systems as objects (as sets of divisible parts) is of the.

Contains selected papers from the ISAAC conference and invited contributions. This book covers various topics that represent the main streams of research in hypercomplex analysis as well as the expository articles. It is suitable for researchers and postgraduate students in various areas of mathematical analysis.

“hypercomplex“ society. Background Niklas Luhmann was employed as a professor in at the then new Bielefeld University. His previous university career had been short. a book about how society as a society is formed, when the person obaserving society does not accept a position on the other side of society, but is always as an.

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came across hypercomplex numbers in accelerator physics, where they can be used to describe symplectic transformations.

Hypercomplex numbers come along with matrix representations, that reproduce the addition and multiplication law. This article is aimed at engineers and scientists, and presents 8 hypercomplex number systems.

Reflection upon Hyper-complexity and its affilliation to Contemporary Culture, Art & Design By Johannes Holt Iversen. November – December .Corrosion: The Corroding Empire, Book One. by Johan Kalsi. Galactic society is ruled by algorithms. From interstellar travel and planetary terraforming to artificial intelligence and agriculture, every human endeavor has become completely dependent upon the hypercomplex equations that optimize the activities making life possible across hundreds.The first part of the book makes the case for viewing society as a single, autopoietic, self-referential social system.

In the second part of the book, Chapters Two through Four, Luhmann addresses three distinct aspects of the societal system ~Gesellschaftsystem!: communication, evolution, and dif-ferentiation. Finally, in the third part of the.