G.N. Zverev: Semiomatics and Theoretical Informatics CSIT 2000 : 125-129
A classification of the main branches and prospective trends of theoretical informatics development is pro-posed by viewing objects and processes as material or informial (signy) and using their different purposy orientation. Semiotic and systemological extensions of the logico-mathematical language allow building formal information semantics of subject fields and generalized models of semiomatics, i.e. mathematics of meanings of information structures and processes.
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Heinz Schweppe and Yuri S. Kabalnov (Eds.): CSIT'2000, Proceedings of 2nd International Workshop on Computer Science and Information Technologies, September 18-23, 2000, Ufa, Russia. USATU Publishers & JurInfoR-MSU Publishing 2000, ISBN 5-86911-312-1