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What kind of science can information science be?

Michael Buckland
2011 Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology  
Instead of asking what Information Science is or what we might wish it to become, we ask instead what kind of field it can be given our assumptions about it.  ...  We conclude that if information science is concerned with what people know, then it is a form of cultural engagement and, at most, a science of the artificial.  ...  These principles provide a basis not only for examining individual notions of information, but also to consider what kind of a field Information Science can be and, thereby, identify plausible terrain  ... 
doi:10.1002/asi.21656 fatcat:s4jasufojbgu3nnlic62goenlu

What should be automated?

Matti Tedre
2006 Proceedings of the 1st ACM international workshop on Human-centered multimedia - HCM '06  
In 1989 the ACM task force on the Core of Computer Science argued that "What can be (effectively) automated?" is "the fundamental question underlying all of computing".  ...  The question "What can be effectively automated?" indeed draws some fundamental limits of automatic computation.  ...  is the central question in computability theory, which studies what can be, in principle, computed with any kind of machinery. The theoretical question "What can be effectively automated?"  ... 
doi:10.1145/1178745.1178753 fatcat:gotfclrpdbdlxjzdp2domlayau

Let's be baroque!

Dixi Louise Strand
2005 European Journal of Information Systems  
Discussions went back and forth as to whether one needs methods at all, what good they really do, how they might be improved, or alternately, what kind of educational framework (or theory?)  ...  What happens if we abandon thinking about information systems (IS) in terms of fixed prescriptions or scientific models?  ...  Being critical and informing Being critical and making new empirical material available can be seen as another way of extending and informing the field and practice of systems development.  ... 
doi:10.1057/palgrave.ejis.3000558 fatcat:h4z7eatk7falvdcoizukvswp7u

To be or Not to be Transdisciplinary, That is the New Question. So, How to be Transdisciplinary?

Florent Pasquier, Basarab Nicolescu
2019 Transdisciplinary Journal of Engineering & Science  
The use of (always) new technologies must be part of this investigation, as they can increase our awareness and consciousness, creating a new field called technontologies (i.e. technics + ontology).  ...  Since Shakespeare, the world has become a small village through globalization and the increase of all kinds of networks.  ...  Founder and Director of the Transdisciplinarity Series, Rocher Editions, Monaco, of the Romanians in Paris Series, Oxus Editions, Paris and of the Science and Religion Series, Curtea Veche, Bucharest (  ... 
doi:10.22545/2019/0110 fatcat:glqz67s5p5hedotjsxpzv6w2li

Well-being as being well—a Heideggerian look at well-being

Anneli Sarvimäki
2006 International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health & Well-Being  
This view can be used as an ontological understanding, which can indirectly point out a strategy for a scientific understanding and conceptualization of human well-being.  ...  The method can be characterized as philosophical, since it dealt with questions on the ontological level.  ...  How can the being of human beings be characterized? . In the light of this characterization, what does ''being well'' mean? .  ... 
doi:10.1080/17482620500518101 fatcat:uyfgrpey35fl3p52nnwejzeqji

Being and Information

Ashley Woodward
2016 Philosophy Today  
in philosophy turns into the informational turn, we can recode Being informationally and understand the deepening of nihilism not just as something occurring now, in the twentieth-first century, but as  ...  What then can we say about the difference between language and information?  ... 
doi:10.5840/philtoday2016713129 fatcat:ofw6atlmwvbppay5fkhkt3dniq

I won't be #BulliedIntoBadScience

Corina Logan
2018 Septentrio Conference Series  
, not only the sciences).  ...  ., how a PI can run an open and transparent lab), at the level of the academic community (e.g., changing editorial practices via efforts such as Editors4BetterResearch and Peer Community in Ecology), and  ...  Profits go to Van Noorden 2013 Noorden 2013 Noorden 2013  ... 
doi:10.7557/5.4596 fatcat:qpckauqs55h6rp7njcetnalhnq

Be here now

2014 Nature  
can be framed with the rigour that science usually demands.  ...  The other driver is an emphasis on quantum theory as a theory of information: of what we can know, transmit and share.  ... 
doi:10.1038/507399a fatcat:u63nzvxu2vcylnxy6hfmvyx7xe

To Be or Not to Be…

Mary P. Anderson
2004 Ground Water  
At each stage of the process, doctoral students are presented with a unique set of challenges and experiences that must be negotiated and mastered.  ...  Through interviews with first year doctoral students in chemistry, physics, and botany, this constructivist inquiry examines the first year experiences of students in the natural sciences.  ...  The problem, though, is really the kind of person I have to be when I am teaching.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1745-6584.2004.tb02443.x fatcat:j7xss6fernbjxakzadbx5eolxm

HCI as an engineering discipline: to be or not to be!?

Matthias Rauterberg
2006 African Journal of Information & Communication Technology  
One of the major challenges in the emerging interdisciplinary field of human-computer interaction (HCI) is the specification of a research line that can enable the development of validated design knowledge  ...  Based on the three different elements in the design of interactive systems: (1) human being(s), (2) technical artefact(s), and (3) context of use, different academic disciplines contribute with different  ...  On a more general level, what kind of research line has to be established to gain valid answers to this kind of research questions? B.  ... 
doi:10.5130/ajict.v2i4.365 fatcat:uklq3zdvdzguvgohfgxwxherxi

"I always feel it must be great to be a hacker!"

Katharina Kinder-Kurlanda, Katrin Weller
2014 Proceedings of the 2014 ACM conference on Web science - WebSci '14  
It looks at how social scientists describe the need for (interdisciplinary) collaboration and what experiences they have made in working with computer scientists in particular.  ...  While many dimensions were identified concerning the whole research process of social media studies, this paper focuses on the dimension of interdisciplinarity in social media research.  ...  For social scientists this can be an interesting addition to other methods, as it can help to discover the "discrepancies" between "what people say they do" and "what they actually do".  ... 
doi:10.1145/2615569.2615685 dblp:conf/websci/Kinder-KurlandaW14 fatcat:k5egykhvfnecbfyzy4jsqjmd3i

To Be Continued

J. T.
1958 Science  
It would be interesting to know in this ction what kind of authority our participants in the Geneva conferhad to disclose technical points that had previously been classified. st scientists, like most  ...  i Manuscripts should be typed with double spacing inform and submitted in duplicate.  ... 
doi:10.1126/science.128.3324.567 pmid:17833166 fatcat:k4ftgkpfavfwte2dfrwp7saire

"Messenger" human beings

William Breitbart
2019 Palliative & Supportive Care  
What is quite interesting is that, within cells and organisms, DNA itself uses "messengers" in the form of Messenger RNA (mRNA). mRNA carries the genetic information copied from DNA in the form of a series  ...  So, in fact, the purpose of human beings is to preserve the presence and survival of DNA in the world through transmitting DNA through procreation, creating generations of human beings that carry DNA forward  ...  "There are three ways to ultimate success: The first way is to be kind. The second way is to be kind. The third way is to be kind." -Rogers (2003) from It's a Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1478951519001081 pmid:31854291 fatcat:plds4qjcv5cnrmlkozsuiyzuiq

Why can information not be defined as being purely epistemic?

Roman Krzanowski
2020 Zagadnienia Filozoficzne w Nauce  
The concept of information can be viewed from two perspectives, namely epistemic and ontological.  ...  This paper poses the following question: Should we select epistemic or ontological information as our primary concept of information, or should we acknowledge that both kinds of information are required  ...  Epistemic information represents what is meant by information in communication sciences, cognitive science, library science, biology, social sciences, and information technology.  ... 
doaj:467dbe3ba46c4e3383d8b70345e6ea4c fatcat:q4l5rozf3jdf7l42z7q44576ym

AnArtomy: Arts, Anatomy and Medicine - Human Beings Being Human

Ian Walsh, Joseph Quinn, Andrea Spencer, Helen Noble
2018 MedEdPublish  
Comparative analysis of quantitative results was by Student's t-testing; statistical significance being p values <0.05.  ...  Themes included: the relationship between art and medicine, the impact art and science have upon each other and the effects of creativity on wellbeing.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors wish to thank The Department of Anatomy at Queen's University, Belfast for facilitating access to the cadaveric dissection laboratory and surrounding premises.  ... 
doi:10.15694/mep.2018.0000204.1 fatcat:7alku4eukzhtnb52q5rvky3vfq
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