One of the key science measurands is temperature (Boer, 1965), which in science is often combined with the long-term recording and second measurand like the expansion of gas or liquid in order to come to any kind of scientific conclusion. For meaningful outcomes, the recordings made only sense when the […]
This is a critique of a theoretical Paper “Information Systems and Systems – Thinking: Time to Unite?” (Checkland, 1988) which is concerning itself about the systems design for an organisation and challenging the classical system design as predominate from the 1950s/1960s. At first, the transformation from data to information is […]
The Topic under which Information Systems will be reviewed will be Natural Science, especially the information systems as used in the Museums dealing with that subject, like the Senckenberg one in Germany or the NHM in London. This will bring lots of opportunities as the science sector has been around […]
Welcome to the information systems blog from Frederik Unser.