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9. Anderson, Robert.  A sociometric approach to the analysis of interorganizational relationships. Institute for Community Development and Services, Michigan State University, 1969.

10. Beal, George M.  System linkages among women's organizations. Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Iowa State University, 1967.

11. Benes, V. E.  Mathematical Theory of Connecting Networks and Telephone Traffic. Academic, 1965, p.53.

12. Berge, Claude.  The Theory of Graphs and its Applications. Methuen. 1962.

35. Bertin, Jacques.  Semiology of Graphics: Diagrams, Networks, Maps. ESRI, 2010.

3. Brown, Dean / Lewis, Joan.  The Process of Conceptualization: some fundamental principles of learning useful in teaching with or without the participation of computers. Educational Policy Research Center, Stanford Research Institute, pp. 16-18.

13. Cartwright, D.  The potential contributions at graph theory to organization theory. In: M Haire (Ed.). Modem Organization Theory, Wiley. 1959.

21. Harary, Frank / Norman, R. Z. / Cartwright, D.  Structural Models: an introduction to the theory of directed graphs. Wiley, 1965.

14. Colby, K. M. / Smith, O. C.  Dialogue Between Humans and an Artificial Belief System. Stanford University, Artificial Intelligence Project. 1969  (Memo AI-97).

16. Colby, K. M. / Tesler, L. / Enea, H.  Experiments with a Search Algorithm on the Data Base of a Human Belief Structure. Stanford University, Artificial Intelligence Project, 1969  (Memo AI-94).

34. Tesler, L. / Enea, H. / Colby, K. M.  A directed graph representation for computer simulation of belief systems. Mathematical Biosciences, 2. 1/2. Feb,1968, pp. 19--1O.

15. Colby, K. M. / Weber, S. / Hilt, F. O.  Artificial Paranoia. Stanford University, Artificial Intelligence Project, 1970  (Memo AIM-125).

2. Corey, E. J. / Wipke, W. T.  Computer-assisted design of complex organic syntheses. Science, 166. 10 October 1969, pp. 178-191.

16. Colby, K. M. / Tesler, L. / Enea, H.  Experiments with a Search Algorithm on the Data Base of a Human Belief Structure. Stanford University, Artificial Intelligence Project, 1969  (Memo AI-94).

34. Tesler, L. / Enea, H. / Colby, K. M.  A directed graph representation for computer simulation of belief systems. Mathematical Biosciences, 2. 1/2. Feb,1968, pp. 19--1O.

6. Engelbart, Douglas C.  Augmenting Human Intellect; a conceptual framework. Stanford Research Institute, 1962, pp. 34-37  (AFOSR-3223).

17. Fakan, John C.  Application of Modem' Network Theory to Analysis of Complex Systems. Washington, NASA. 1969 (Clearinghouse for Federal Scientific and Technical Information), 45p.

18. Flament, Claude.  Applications of Graph Theory to Group Structure. Prentice-Hall. 1963.

4. Forrester, Jay W.  World Dynamics. Wright-Allen, 1971, p.14-15.

19. Gerardin, Lucien A.  Topological structural systems analysis  (Paper presented at the Rome Special Futures Research Conterence, 1973).

20. Harary, Frank / Norman, R. Z.  Graph Theory as a Mathematical Model in Social Sciences. University ot Michigan, 1953.

21. Harary, Frank / Norman, R. Z. / Cartwright, D.  Structural Models: an introduction to the theory of directed graphs. Wiley, 1965.

22. Harary, Frank.  Graph Theory. Addison-Wesley, 1969.

15. Colby, K. M. / Weber, S. / Hilt, F. O.  Artificial Paranoia. Stanford University, Artificial Intelligence Project, 1970  (Memo AIM-125).

31. Rapoport, Anatol / Horvath, W. J.  A Study of a large sociogram. Behavioural Science, 1961. 6, 4, pp. 279-291.

23. Jardine, N. / Sibson, R.  Mathematical Taxonomy. Wiley, 1971.

30. journal, Networks; an interdisciplinary.  Wiley. 1971, Quarterly.

25. Kaufman, A.  Graphs. Dynamic Programming and Finite Games. Academic, 1967.

26. Kingsley, E. / Kopstein, F. F. / Seidel, R. J.  Graph theory as a metalanguage of communicable knowledge. In: M O Rubin (Ed.)., Man in Systems, Gordon and Breach, 1971, pp. 43-69.

27. Kochen, Manfred.  Organized systems with discrete information transfer. General Systems Yearbook, 1957, 2, pp. 20-47.

26. Kingsley, E. / Kopstein, F. F. / Seidel, R. J.  Graph theory as a metalanguage of communicable knowledge. In: M O Rubin (Ed.)., Man in Systems, Gordon and Breach, 1971, pp. 43-69.

8. Lasswell, Harold.  The transition toward more sophisticated procedures. In: B Bobrow and J L Schwartz (Ed.). Computers and the Policy-making Community; applications to international relations. Prentice-Hall, 1968, p.307-314.

3. Brown, Dean / Lewis, Joan.  The Process of Conceptualization: some fundamental principles of learning useful in teaching with or without the participation of computers. Educational Policy Research Center, Stanford Research Institute, pp. 16-18.

28. Loehlin, John C.  Computer Models of Personality. Random House, 1968.

1. Lorrain, Francois.  Reseaux Sociaux et Classifications Sociales; essai sur l'algebre et la geometrie des structures sociales. Hermann, 1975.

7. Lundgren, Nilo.  Toward the decentralized intellectual workshop. Innovation (New York), 1971. See also: D C Englebart. Intellectual implications of multi-access computer networks. Stanford Research Institute. 1970  (Conference paper).

29. Mitchell, J. Clyde  (Ed.).    Social Networlts in Urban Situations. Manchester University Press, 1969.

20. Harary, Frank / Norman, R. Z.  Graph Theory as a Mathematical Model in Social Sciences. University ot Michigan, 1953.

21. Harary, Frank / Norman, R. Z. / Cartwright, D.  Structural Models: an introduction to the theory of directed graphs. Wiley, 1965.

31. Rapoport, Anatol / Horvath, W. J.  A Study of a large sociogram. Behavioural Science, 1961. 6, 4, pp. 279-291.

32. Rashevsky, N.  Topology and life; in search of general mathematical principles in biology and sociology. Bulletin of Mathematical Biophysics, 1954. 16, pp. 317.

33. Schotield, Norman.  A topological model at international relations  (Paper presented to Peace Research International meeting, London, 1971).

26. Kingsley, E. / Kopstein, F. F. / Seidel, R. J.  Graph theory as a metalanguage of communicable knowledge. In: M O Rubin (Ed.)., Man in Systems, Gordon and Breach, 1971, pp. 43-69.

23. Jardine, N. / Sibson, R.  Mathematical Taxonomy. Wiley, 1971.

14. Colby, K. M. / Smith, O. C.  Dialogue Between Humans and an Artificial Belief System. Stanford University, Artificial Intelligence Project. 1969  (Memo AI-97).

5. Sutherland, Ivan.  Computer graphics. Datamation, May 1966. p.22-27.

16. Colby, K. M. / Tesler, L. / Enea, H.  Experiments with a Search Algorithm on the Data Base of a Human Belief Structure. Stanford University, Artificial Intelligence Project, 1969  (Memo AI-94).

34. Tesler, L. / Enea, H. / Colby, K. M.  A directed graph representation for computer simulation of belief systems. Mathematical Biosciences, 2. 1/2. Feb,1968, pp. 19--1O.

15. Colby, K. M. / Weber, S. / Hilt, F. O.  Artificial Paranoia. Stanford University, Artificial Intelligence Project, 1970  (Memo AIM-125).

2. Corey, E. J. / Wipke, W. T.  Computer-assisted design of complex organic syntheses. Science, 166. 10 October 1969, pp. 178-191.