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Citations of non-Kairos documents (References)

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1. Judge, Anthony. Representation,comprehension and communication of sets. International Classification,5, 1978, 3, pp. 12ff-133; 6, 1979, 1, pp. 15-25; 7, 1979, 2, pp. 92-103.[text]

2. Judge, Anthony. Information mapping for development. Transnational Associations,31,1979, 5, pp.[text]

3. Union of International Associations / Mankind 2000: See Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential (1976-1995, and thereafter online)

4. Thompson, William I.  Darkness and Scattered Light. Doubleday, 1977.

5. Judge, Anthony. Transcendingduality through tensional integrity. Transnationa/Associations,30, 1976, 5, pp. 248-265.[text]

6. Judge, Anthony. Viableneed patterns and their identification through constraints on representationin 3 dimensions. (In: Proceedings of a workshop on human needs, Berlin,May 1978. Internationales Institut fur Umwelt und Gesellschaft 1979).[text]

7. Judge, Anthony. Organizationand lifestyle design; characteristics of a nonverbal structural language.(Brussels, 1978).[text]

8. Yates, Frances A.  The Art of Memory. Routlege and Kegan Paul,1986.

9. Tucci, Giuseppe.  Theory and Practice of the Mandala. Rider, 1968.

10. Manten, Arie A.  A suggested growth model of science and implicationsfor information transfer Joumal of Reseanch Communications Studies,1, 1978, pp. 83-98.

11. Alexander, Christopher.  Notes on the Synthesis of Form. Harvard UniversityPress, 1964.

12. See Ref. 3

13. See Ref. 3 (Section J)

14. Ralph Abraham. Vibrations and the Realisation of Form. In: Erich Jantsch and Conrad H Waddington (Eds). Evolution and Consciousness; humansystems in transition. Addison-Wesley, 1976, pp. 134-149 [text]

15. Jantsch, Erich / Waddington, Conrad H.  Evolution and Consciousness; humansystems in transition. Addison-Wesley, 1976.

16. Wilhelm, Richard  (Tr.).    I Ching or the Book of Changes. Routledgeand Kegan Paul,1950.

17. Young, Arthur M.  The Geometry of Meaning. Delacorte Press,1976.

18. Whyte, L. L.  (Ed.).    Hierarchical Structures. American Elsevier,1989, p. 11.

19. Fuller, R. Buckminster.  Synergetics: explorations in the geometryof thinking. Macmillan, 1975.

20. Walker, M. D.  Chladni Patterns; a study in symmetry. 1961.

21. Itten, Johannes.  The Art of Color: the subjective experience and objective rationale of color. Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1970

22. Judge, Anthony. The harmony of interaction and the facilitationof network processes. International Associations, 26, 11, 1974,pp. 538-543.[text]

23. R. Rolling. The role of graphic display of concept relationships in indexing and retrieval vocabularies. In: P. Atherton (Ed.), Classification Research. 1965. p. 295-325

24. D. E. Nicholson. Metabolic Pathways. University of Leeds (a  (see Ref. 3, Annex 7). [annuallyrevised]

25. Lippitt, Gordon L.  Visualizing Change, model building and the changeprocess. Fairfax, NTL Learning Resources Corporation, 1973.

26. Meadows, Donella H. / Meadows, Dennis L. / Randers, Jorgen / Behrens III, William W.  Limits to Growth: a rReport for the Club of Rome's Project on the Predicament of Mankind. Universe Books, 1974.

27. Tesler, L.  A directed graph representation for computersimulation of belief systems. Mathematica/ Biosciences, 2,1/2, Feb.1968, pp. 19-40.

28. Johnson-Lenz, Peter / Johnson-Lenz, Trudy.  Conference tacilitation by computer-aidedsharing. Transnational Associations, 29, 1977, 10, pp. 441-445.

29. UNESCO. SPINES Thesaurus. Paris, Unesco, 1976, 3 vols.

31. Gould, Peter / White, R.  Mental Maps. Pelican, 1974.

32. Engelbart, Douglas C.  Intellectual implications of multi-access computernetworks. Stanford Research Institute, 1970.

33. Buttimer, Anne.  Musing on Helicon; root metaphors and geography.Geogratiska Annaler, 648, 1982, 2, pp. 89-96.

34. Union of InternationalAssociations. Yearbook of International Organizations. Brussels Union of InternationalAssociations, 1978.

35. Monkhouse, F. J. / Wilkinson, H. R.  Maps and Diagrams; their compilationand construction. London Methuen, 1973.

38. Pearce, Peter.  Structure in Natune as a Strategy for Design. Chrmbridge,MIT Press, 1g78.

37. Samurin, E. I.  Geschichte der bibliothekarisch-bibliographischen Klassification.Verlag Dokumentation, 1977, 2 vols.

38. Dahlberg, Ingetraut.  Grundlagen universaler Wissensordnung. Munchen,Verlag Dokumentation, 1974.

39. Woiciechnowski, Jerzy A.  (Ed.).    Conceptual Basia for the Classificationof Knowledge (Proceedings of Ottawa Conference 1971). K G Saur,1978.

40. Taylor, Alastair.  Process and structure in sociocultural systems  (In reference 15, pp. 189-184).

41. Jantsch, Erich.  Evolution: self-realization through self-transcendence.1976  (see reference 15, pp. 37-70).

42. von Franz, Marie-Louise.  Number and Time: reflections leading towardsa unification of psychology and physics. Rider, 1974.

43. Pankow, Walter.  Openness as self-transcendence  (see reference 15,pp. 16-36).

44. Spencer-Brown, George.  Laws of Form. G. Allen and Unwiin, 1969.

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