Inductive E.S.O. model evolution: towards a viable inference model of resilience dynamics.

Abstract : In this paper, we will present the last evolution of the Territorial Intelligence (TI) networking vulnerability model. To introduce it, we'll first describe a well-known late 80's model of socio-economic crack-up, known as "Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars", constituted by three passive components as potential energy, kinetic energy, and energy dissipation. To extend this model to social and ecological sustainability pillars, we propose to present the E(Economic)-S(Social)-O(Organic) IT-collaborative model, based on the three sustainability capitals. Goal of this model is the developement system viability computation, which related "Viability theory" computational framework is able to define sustainability constraints of action politics, in order to propose requirements for resilience processing of a territorial challenge.
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Philippe Woloszyn. Inductive E.S.O. model evolution: towards a viable inference model of resilience dynamics.. 12th Annual International Conference of Territorial Intelligence "Innovación Social y nuevos modos de gobernanza para la transición socio-ecológica", Nov 2013, Huelva, Spain. ⟨halshs-00933794⟩

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