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Research papers

* A critical perspective to exponential organizations and its hyper scalability
May 2016, currently in review for journal.
Detailed analysis and business model of digital businesses.
* An interdisciplinary study on novelty regulation to produce radical change
12 Feb 2015, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Brussels.
Thesis for Doctor in the interdisciplinary studies.
* Living Labs and Stigmergic Prototyping: towards a Convergent Approach
17 - 20 June , in proceeding of ISPIM 2012, Barcelona.
On the method to validate the research and its application.
* The Agile-Enterprise Innovation Planning: how to align self-organization processes for innovation management.
26 - 28 July , in proceeding of INNOV'11, Sofia.
Update on the EIP paper, more focused on related the EIP state during self-organization acitivies on the innovation S-curve
* Self-organization in open source to support collaboration for innovation: the Drupal case.
13 - 15 June 2011, in proceeding of 21st ISPIM conference, Hamburg
Update of R&D paper, more focused to examining key role of policy and its self-organizing effect on innovation.
* Global brain inspired alignment by Drupal: between strategic problems, practical web development and cognitive insights.
30 June - 2 July 2010, In proceeding of the R&D management conference, Manscheser
This is my first writing about the participatory observation (anthropological study) with the Drupal community.
* Enterprise Innovation Planning with social software
22 - 24 June 2009, in proceeding of 20th ISPIM, Vienna
The research on Enterprise Innovation Planning is proposed as the first attempt to use the novelty model to manage discontinuous innovation.
* Artificial Meta-System Transition to clarify useful Novelty Control
25 - 28 March 2008, in proceeding of 19th EMCSR, Vienna
The paper start with outlining three levels of cognition to understand the boundaries of our focus: the higher-level cognition. In this paper we generalize to the novelty model, based on three models: our higher-level cognition, global workspace hypothesis and science blood flow.
A Triple Loop Model to Ground Higher-Level Cognition
18 - 21 April 2006, in proceeding of 18th EMCSR, Vienna
This research introduces an evolutionary-cybernetic control model for creative agents as a model of higher-level cognition.