Special Issue of Technological Forecasting and Social Change

General Morphological Analysis: Modelling, Forecasting, Innovation

Guest Editors: Tom Ritchey & Tomasz Arciszewski

We are happy to announce the Special Issue of Technological Forecasting and Social Change featuring General Morphological Analysis (GMA). The articles appearing in this issue are based both on papers presented at The Second International Symposium on General Morphological Analysis (ISGMA 2016), held in Bilbao 11-12 June, and on additional contributions provided by selected GMA practitioners. The articles for the Special Issue are now in press and will be available on-line shortly. The “hard copy” version will be available later this year.

Table of Contents

  1. Introduction and Historical background (Editors)
  2. General Morphological Analysis as a Basic Scientific Modelling Method
  3. A Collaborative Process Model and Web-based Software-Support for GMA
  4. Scenario Development with General Morphological Analysis
  5. On a Morphology of Contact Scenario Space
  6. The Morphological Approach to Inventive Engineering
  7. Morphology of Conceptual Building Design
  8. From GMA to Optimizing Complex Industrial Operation Scenarios
  9. Linking Fields with GMA: Sustainability, Companies, People and OR
  10. Investigating Traffic Congestion: Targeting Social-Technical Interdependencies
  11. An Informal Survey on the Application of GMA in the Private Sector

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