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Service Systems Science as Flexible Component System - How to Manage Flexible Variety of our Economic, Social, Organizational and Cultural Systems

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Seminar Room 2. Refreshments will be provided after the seminar.

Outline

(1) Conceptual Map & Methodology : Age of Artificial Lifeworld
  • Reconstruction of existing discipline of social & human related sciences
  • Service System as Functional and Cultural Components Design and Management
(2) Conceptual Framework for Service Systems Analysis – Consulting Schema-
  • Functional & Cultural Components and their relationship
  • Market equilibrium v.s. Dynamical Constraint Satisfaction
  • Inner and Inter Organizational Business Components
  • Platform Structure as an Inter Component Relationship
  • Flexible Component and Component Downsizing
(3) Domain Oriented Study
  • Health Care Domain Anti Bio-terrorism & Anti pandemic agent based modeling and simulation. Projects:Retrospective analysis of swine flu of a small island, Health Care Policy Making, Clinical Decision Support & Hospital Service Systems
  • Industry Structure & Market Design Domain: (1)Fabrication Service Platform & Vertical Integration v.s. Open Strategy (2)Hyper Variety Market: Case Study of Contents, Apparel and Food Industry
  • Cultural Systems Domain Cultural Platform and Syncretism Visual Narrative Communication Revolution and Japanese Cool Contents
(4) IT Design for Service Systems Analysis – Information Systems Schema -
  • DCL and its application for business and economical component analysis
  • Agent Based Social Simulation and Dynamical Option Analysis

(5) Methodology Again & Conclusion

This talk is part of the Cambridge Service Alliance Forum series.

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