From pen and paper to Artificial Intelligence: A history of network science

Title: From pen and paper to Artificial Intelligence: A history of network science. Dr. Burgert Senekal, University of the Free State. Ensovoort, volume 43 (2022), number 7: 1 Abstract Network science usually traces its roots to the 1700s, but it was mostly developed during the twentieth century, with a marked explosion during the past two… Continue reading From pen and paper to Artificial Intelligence: A history of network science

Carrying Von Bertalanffy’s baton: Systems, complexity and network science, Part 3

Title: Carrying Von Bertalanffy’s baton: Systems, complexity and network science, Part 3 Author: Dr. Burgert Senekal, University of the Free State. Ensovoort, volume 42 (2021), number 6: 2 Abstract   The first two articles in this three-part article series showed how network science realised the vision of Von Bertalanffy. In the current article, concepts such… Continue reading Carrying Von Bertalanffy’s baton: Systems, complexity and network science, Part 3

Carrying Von Bertalanffy’s baton: Systems, complexity and network science, Part 2

Title: Carrying Von Bertalanffy’s baton: Systems, complexity and network science, Part 2Author: Dr. Burgert Senekal, University of the Free State.Ensovoort, volume 42 (2021), number 6: 1 Abstract Ludwig von Bertalanffy wrote extensively on General Systems Theory (GST) and defined and discussed the properties of systems. In the current article, Von Bertalanffy’s views on aspects such… Continue reading Carrying Von Bertalanffy’s baton: Systems, complexity and network science, Part 2