[Elsnet-list] Special Issue of Informatica on the Human Being in the Digital World

Fomichev, Vladimir V.Fomichov at snhu.edu
Fri Dec 7 17:04:02 CET 2012

Dear colleagues,

You can access free of charge the Special Issue

V.A. Fomichov and O.S. Fomichova (Guest Editors). Special Issue on the Human Being in the Digital World. Informatica. An International Journal of Computing and Informatics (Slovenia), 2012, Vol. 36, No. 2, pp. 119-166, www.informatica.si/vol36.htm#No2.

The authors of the papers from Croatia, Italy, Mexico, Poland, Romania, and Russia look for constructive ways of contributing to harmonic development of the personality in modern information society. The common feature of the papers is that they either relate to the new scientific discipline called Cognitonics or correspond to its goals.    Cognitonics emerged in the first half of the 2000s. It   aims (a) at explicating the distortions in the perception of the world caused by the information and communication technologies and globalization and (b) at coping with these distortions in different fields by means of elaborating systemic solutions for compensating the negative implications of the kind for the personality and society, in particular, for creating cognitive-cultural preconditions of the harmonic development of the personality in the information society and for ensuring the successful development of national cultures and national languages.


p. 119-120: Editors’ Introduction to the Special Issue about “The Human Being in the Digital World” by Vladimir A. Fomichov and Olga S. Fomichova (Russia)
p. 121-130: A Contribution of Cognitonics to Secure Living in Information Society by
Vladimir A. Fomichov and Olga S. Fomichova (Russia)
p. 131-136: Information Technology for Management and Promotion of Sustainable Cultural Tourism by Marija Valčić and Lana Domšić (Croatia)
p. 137-142: Linguistic Model Propositions for Poetry Retrieval in Web Search by Magdalena Granos, Aleksander Zgrzywa (Poland)
p. 145-151: The experiences of Landscape Social Perception as a Remedy for Plunging into Virtual Reality by Rita Micarelli and Giorgio Pizziolo (Italy)
p. 153-160: Using M Tree Data Structure as Unsupervised Classification Method by Marian Cristian Mihăescu and Dumitru Dan Burdescu (Romania)
p. 161-166: Computer-Aided Educational Intervention in Teenagers Through Internet Social Networking by Maria Guadalupe Velázquez-Guzman and Felipe Lara-Rosano (México)

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