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Harmony-Comprehension and Wholeness-Engendering

Citations of non-Kairos documents (References)

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Alexander, Christopher.  Notes on the Synthesis of Form. 1964. [summary]

Alexander, Christopher.  The Oregon Experiment, 1975. [summary]

Alexander, Christopher.  A Pattern Language. Oxford University Press, 1977. [summary]

Alexander, Christopher.  The Timeless Way of Building. Oxford University Press, 1979. [summary]

Alexander, Christopher.  A Foreshadowing of 21st Century Art: the color and geometry of very early Turkish carpets. Oxford University Press, 1993. [review]

Alexander, Christopher.  The Nature of Order: an essay on the art of building and the nature of the universe. Center for Environmental Structure, 2003-4.. [summary]

Alexander, Christopher.  New Concepts in Complexity Theory: an overview of the four books of the Nature of Order with emphasis on the scientific problems which are raised. 2003. [text]

Alexander, Christopher.  Harmony-Seeking Computations: a science of non-classical dynamics based on the progressive evolution of the larger whole. International Journal for Unconventional Computing (IJUC), 5, 2009. [text]

Beer, Stafford.  Platform for Change. Wiley, 1975/1978..

Beer, Stafford.  The Heart of Enterprise, Wiley, 1979/1988..

Beer, Stafford.  Brain of the Firm. John Wiley, 1981/1988.

Beer, Stafford.  Diagnosing the System for Organisations. Wiley, 1985.

Beer, Stafford.  Beyond Dispute: The Invention of Team Syntegrity. Wiley, 1994.

Critchlow, Keith.  Order in Space: a design source book. 1969.

Fuller, R. Buckminster / Applewhite, E. J.  Synergetics: explorations in the gometry of thinking. 1975. [text]

Galle, P.  Alexander Patterns for Design Computing: atoms of conceptual structure?. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design, vol. 18, pp. 327-346, 1991.

Gamma, Eric / Helm, Richard / Johnson, Ralph / Vlissides, John.  Design Patterns: elements of reusable object-oriented software. Addison-Wesley, 1994. [text]

Harvie, David P.  Knowledge Sharing Mechanism: enabling C2 to adapt to changing environments (Paper for 12th International Command and Control Research and Technology Symposium). West Point, United States Military Academy (Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science), 2007. [text]

Klapp, Orrin E.  Opening and Closing; strategies of information adaptation in society. Cambridge University Press, 1978.

Lea, Doug.  Christopher Alexander: an introduction for object-oriented designers. ACM SIGSOFT Software Engineering Notes, 19, 1 (January 1994) pp. 39 - 46 [abstract]. [text]

Salingaros, Nikos A.  Life and Complexity in Architecture From a Thermodynamic Analogy. Physics Essays, vol. 10, 1997, pp. 165-173.

Salingaros, Nikos A.  The Life of a Carpet: an application of the Alexander Rules (paper presented at the 8th International Conference on Oriental Carpets). Oriental Carpet and Textile Studies V, 1999. [text]

Salingaros, Nikos A.  Fractals in the New Architecture. Katarxis, 3, September 2004,. [text]

Seamon, David.  Intensify this Awe: Threeness, the Triad, and Christopher Alexander [conference paper, special session on Alexander, Environmental Design Research Association, Veracruz, Mexico, May 2008]. [text]

Seamon, David.  Christopher Alexander and a Phenomenology of Wholeness [conference paper, special session on Alexander, Environmental Design Research Association Sacramento, California, May 2007]. [text]

Seamon, David.  Clarifying and Evaluating Christopher Alexander's Theory of Wholeness by Interpreting his Approach as a Tetrad of Activity [conference paper, special session on Alexander, International Association for Environmental Philosophy, Philadelphia, October 2006]. [text]

Webb, Robert.  Stella: Polyhedron Navigator. Symmetry: Culture and Science, 11, 1-4, pp. 231-268, 2000.. [text]

Yolles, Maurice I.  Knowledge Cybernetics: a new metaphor for social collectives. Organisational Transformation and Social Change, 3, 1, October 2006, pp. 19-49. [abstract]

Yolles, Maurice I.  Exploring Cultures Through Knowledge Cybernetics. Journal of Cross-Cultural Competence and Management, 2007, 5, pp. 19-74. [abstract]

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