References

Here the references being mentioned within DomusBITae proposal are alphabetically listed:

  • Díaz, J.M.; Salto, F.; Pérez-Montoro, M. (eds.) (2010). Glossary of concepts, metaphors, theories and problems concerning information. León, Spain: Universidad de León.
  • Díaz, J.M. & Salto, F. (eds.) (2009). What is really information? An interdisciplinary approach.  Special issue of TripleC Journal, 7(2).
  • Doucette, D.; Bichler, R.; Hofkirchner, W. and Raffl C. (2007). “Toward a new Science of Information”. Data Science Journal, 6 (Supplement), pp. s198-s205.
  • ESFRI (2008) European Roadmap for Research Infrastructures. European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructures. Luxembourg: Official Publications of the European Communities.
  • Gottlieb, Steh (2005). From Enterprise Content Management to Effective Content Management. Cutter IT Journal, 18(5), p. 13-18.
  • Lyre, H. (2002). Informationstheorie. Eine philosophisch-naturwissenschaftliche Einführung. München: Wilhelm Fink Verlag.
  • Marijuán, P. (1998). The FIS (Foundations of Information Science) Initiative: A presentation. Cybernetics and human knowing, 5(4), pp. 3-5.
  • Morville, P.; Rosenfeld, L. (2007). Information Architecture for the World Wide Web: Designing Large-Scale Web Sites. California: O’Really.
  • Pérez-Montoro, M. (2008a). “Knowledge in organizations”. In Díaz & Salto (eds.) ¿Qué es información?. León, Spain: Universidad de León. [online] <http://sites.google.com/site/ebitrum/archive> [accessed 20/12/2009]
  • Pérez-Montoro, M. (2008b). Gestión del conocimiento en las organizaciones. Gijón: Trea.
  • RISEPTIS (2009). Trust in the information society. Report of the Advisory board RISEPTIS (Research and Innovation on Security Privacy and Trustworthiness in the Information Society). European Commission’s 7th Framework. [Online] <http://www.think-trust.eu/riseptis.html> [accessed: 28/11/2009].
  • Shadbolt, N. & Berners-Lee, T. (2008). Web Science emerges. Scientific American, Oct 2008, 32-37.
  • SoII (2007). Survey on organizations conducting relevant research on the science of information. [Online] Washington: SoII <http://www.soii.info/resources/documents/ScientificCommunities_V2.xls> [accessed: 20/12/2009]
  • Spender, J.C. & Andreas Georg Scherer (2007). Special issue "The Philosophical Foundations of Knowledge Management ", Organization 14 (1).
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