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Tuesday, July 11 • 17:30 - 18:00
3225 Theoretical Proposal from Systems’ Thinking for the Intelligent Tourism System (Cancelled!)

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The Workshop is in three parts: (1) the theoretical foundation of SAGE-P, (2) the ‘big data’ algorithm to construct SAGE-P and (3) the policies to reduce the rate of entropy production per unit of consumption. While part (1) and (2) are theoretical/technical issues, part (3) assumes the focal point of the Workshop. The participants will be introduced to a hierarchical structure of values upon which to frame policies aimed at reducing to a minimum the rate of entropy production per unit of consumption of economic, social and ecological product. This value-structure represents the essential cultural values unique to each, and every, decision-taking unit, be it a village level council to a grand UN Assembly of Nations, be it a family household to multi billion dollar investors of multinational Corporations.

We have formalised, and thus reduced, the value-structure to represent the qualitative properties of ‘objects’ and ‘functions’ we wish to conserve in any well-defined (complex) Economic, Social and Ecological System. Employed is the concepts of Category Theory to map values on any well-defined set of objects/functions we wish to conserve: {i.e., A: Ecosphere; values conserved-in-themselves, or intrinsic → B: Sociosphere; values conserved-in-use → C: Econosphere; values conserved-in-exchange. Or A [B(C)]}.

Tuesday July 11, 2017 17:30 - 18:00 CEST
2nd Floor, Room SR 125, Institut für Computertechnik,TU Wien Gußhausstraße 27-29, 1040 Wien, Austria