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Recent Publications


For a more comprehensive archive of publications by Mihai Nadin, please go to www.nadin.ws (link opens in a new window).

  • Anticipation and Architecture [on YouTube]
  • Quantifying Anticipation [on YouTube]
  • Keynote Address, AnticipationScope, International Workshop on Next Generation Intelligent Medical Decision Support Systems, Chair Lotfi Zadeh, UC-Berkeley, Petru Maior University, Romania, September 18-19, 2011. [PDF]
    To be published as: Quantifying Anticipatory Characteristics. The AnticipationScope and the Anticipatory Profile, Studies in Computational Intelligence, Springer ISSN 1860-949x
  • Anticipation: A Bridge between Narration and Innovation. (In: A. P. Müller, L. Becker (Eds.), Narrative and Innovation, Management – Culture – Interpretation, Wiesbaden: Springer Fachmedien 2013, 239-263. DOI 10.1007/978-3-658-01375-2_16 [PDF]
  • Antecapere ergo sum: What price knowledge? AI in Life and Society 25th Anniversary Volume: A Faustian Exchange: What is “to be Human” in the Era of Ubiquitous Computing? London/Heidelberg/New York: Springer, 2013, 28:39-50. (First date of issue: January 2012. DOI: 10.1007/s00146-012-0400-8). [PDF] [Publisher]
  • Concepts and Fuzzy Logic. (review article), International Journal of General Systems, 41, 8 (November 2012). [PDF]
  • “Anticipating the Political Consequences of the Internet: It’s All About Power,” in MAP [Magazine d’Anticipation Politique, A four-monthly publication by European Laboratory of Political Anticipation – LEAP] March 2012, pp. 28-30. [Publisher]
  • What is Anticipation and What is Not? Comment on Nauts, Metzmacher, Verwijmeren, Rommeswinkel, and Karremans (2011) in Archives of Sexual Behavior, London/New York: Springer. DOI: 10.1007/s10508-012-9926-6 March 21, 2012, p. 753. [PDF]
  • What speaks in favor of an inquiry into anticipatory processes? Prolegomena to the 2nd edition of Anticipatory Systems, by Robert Rosen, in (George Klir, Ed.) International Book Series on Systems Science and Systems Engineering, London/New York: Springer, February 2012, pp. xv-lx. [PDF]
  • Reassessing the Foundations of Semiotics: Preliminaries, in International Journal of Signs and Semiotic Systems (A. Loula and J. Queiroz, Eds.) 2:1, 2012, pp. 1-31. [PDF]
  • Rich evidence: anticipation research in progress. Guest editorial (special issue dedicated to Anticipation), International Journal of General Systems, 41:1, 2012. [PDF] [Publisher]
  • The anticipatory profile. An attempt to describe anticipation as process, International Journal of General Systems, 41:1, 2012. [PDF] [Publisher]
  • Computation, Information, Meaning. Anticipation and Games, International Journal of Applied Research on Information Technology and Computing (IJARITAC), 2:4, 1-26, (May-June 2011). [PDF]
  • Play’s the Thing. A Wager on Healthy Aging, in Serious Game Design and Development (J. Cannon Bowers and C. Bowers, Eds.), 150:28, 2010. Hershey: IGI (Global Disseminator of Knowledge), pp. 150-177. [PDF]
  • A Science of Change, in Vivir es Cambiar (To Live is to Change) by Dr. F. Chorda, an interpretation of the thought of Mihai Nadin. Barcelona: Anthropos, 2010, pp. 127-166. [PDF] [Publisher]
  • Nadin, Mihai (2010): Anticipatory Computing. From a High-Level Theory to Hybrid Computing Implementations, International Journal of Applied Research on Information Technology and Computing (IJARITAC), Vol. 1, No. 1, January-April 2010, pp. 1—27. [PDF]
  • Nadin, Mihai (2010): Anticipation and Dynamics. Rosen's Anticipation in the Perspective of Time, International Journal of General Systems, 39:1, 3—33. [PDF]
  • Nadin, Mihai (2009): Anticipation and the Artificial. Aesthetics, Ethics, and Synthetic Life, AI & Society, 25:1, 103—118. [PDF]
  • Nadin, Mihai (2009): Anticipation Comes of Age, Risk and Decision Analysis, 1:2, 73—74. [PDF]
  • Nadin, Mihai (2009): Anticipation and Risk. From the Inverse Problem to Reverse Computation, Risk and Decision Analysis, 1:2, 113—139. [PDF]