Member of the Science Advisory Committee

Ted Goranson graduated from MIT in 1971 with three degrees simultaneously, reflecting an interdisciplinary research agenda: computer science, collaborative design, and complex visualization/abstraction. Upon graduation from MIT he founded Sirius-Beta, a research firm focused on infrastructure, and has functioned since then as it’s chairman and chief scientist.

 

Institutional Affiliation

Sirius-Beta

Membership at the Boards of Scientific Organisations in the Field

International Society for the Interdisciplinary Study of Symmetry

International Society for the Interdisciplinary Study of Symmetry-US

International Society for Group Theoretic Knowledge Representation

Foundations of Information Science

Some Relevant Publications

Goranson, HT. 1998. Soft Mathematics and Information Dynamics. Biosystems 46, no. 1-2: 163-167.

Goranson, HT. 2006. Self-Organizing Virtual Enterprises. Network-centric collaboration and supporting frameworks: IFIP TC 5 WG 5.5, seventh IFIP Working Conference on Virtual Enterprises, 25-27 September 2006, Helsinki, Finland 33.

Goranson, HT, and B Cardier. 2007. Scheherazade’s Will: Quantum Narrative Agency. Proceedings, AAAI Spring Series Workshop on Quantum Interaction, Stanford

Goranson, HT, R Takaki, and B Cardier. 2008. “Kutachi” as an Approach to Design a Narrative Dissymmetry Metric. Katachi Society, 2008 Meeting, Kyoto

Goranson, HT. 2009. The Geometry of Social Anticipation. Tech Report 41-1, Sirius-Beta, (AAAI Spring Series, Stanford)

Areas of Interest

Cognitive abstraction, Introspective systems, Formally based visual grammars, Symmetry

Contact: tedg@alum.mit.edu

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