International Society for the System Sciences, 42nd Annual Conference
At Atlanta, GA, July 19-24.
These notes are a rough transcription,
prepared as each individual presenter and/or commentator spoke at the ISSS
1998 conference. Gaps and errors have likely occurred. For more accurate
citations, please consult the original presenters. These notes have been
contributed to the ISSS by David Ing, of the IBM Advanced Business Institute
(email@example.com).[July 20, 1998, 8:15 a.m.]
Honor Anatol Rappaport.
Volunteer organization, no paid staff.
First meeting for the Society for General Systems Research was in Atlanta.
Journals which will have papers, based on these meetings.
Technological Forecasting and Social Change -- will have a special edition,
based on the conference.
expecting 150 people, about one-third from outside of U.S.
Georgia Institute of Technology, 13000 students, of which 8000 to 9000
Jean-Lou Chameau, Dean of Engineering, Georgia Tech
Largest engineering program in the U.S.
Bill Wepfer, Associate Chair of the Mechanical Engineering Department
George Woodruff and his brother were responsible for making Coca-Cola into
a great corporation.
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