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IMCS/Publications/CSJM/Issues/CSJM v.9, n.2 (26), 2001/

A cybernetic model of computerization of the cultural heritage

Authors: F.G.Filip, D.A.Donciulescu, C.I.Filip
Keywords: Business processes, computer networks, cultural heritage, discrete time systems, information technology, library, museum, social impact, simulation.

Abstract

An e-Europe for all should include the facilitation of European citizens to the cultural heritage of Europe and Mediterranean area. This paper proposes a vision for a transition to complex systems combining IT organizations and cultural institutions. It describes the impact and limits and proposes a preliminary cybernetic model to study the relationship between the organizations implied.

F.G.Filip, D.A.Donciulescu, C.I.Filip
F.G. Filip, D.A. Donciulescu
National Institute for R&D in Informatics
810 M.Averescu Av.,
71316 Bucharest, Romania
C.I.Filip
Academy of Economic Studies,
School of Management,
Bucharest, Romania

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