About the developer


The developer of this PC hypertext  program is Steven Kingsley. He started to research the subject of how knowledge is generated, utilized and managed and developed the first version of Knowledge Science in 1991.

About Steven

Born in Hungary, Steven emigrated to the United States in 1974, became a citizen and graduated in 1989 from Pace University, New York.

He has developed hypertext and other software and now creates books, ebooks, CDs, manuals, reports, interactive content, web sites and e-commerce systems.

As an adjunct professor, Steven taught graduate computer courses from 1989 till 1992 at Pace University, NY. He also authored and published articles on Knowledge  Science, some of which is included in the manual of the program featured here.


Knowledge Science's mission

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Knowledge Science is the theoretical framework of knowledge generation and use. It is the result of interdisciplinary studies in almost all fields of science. It works with proven, universal principles to show how to generate and manage knowledge, in order to create systems of all kinds and complexity.

In order to discover how knowledge is generated and utilized, I examined and built upon the following areas:

Data -> Information -> Knowledge -> Expertise

Rules -> Laws -> Models -> Theorems

Structuring -> Grammar -> Language -> Meaning

Reasoning -> Thinking -> Learning -> Problem solving

Systems -> Systems  engineering

Entropy -> Redundancy -> Control -> Communication

Complexity -> Evolution

Culture ->  Economy -> Society

My research focused on applying fundamental principles from all these fields to triple the long term success rate of our product, process or service creation and utilization efforts. The 300% gain is not an arbitrary number. I compared our minds' capacity to learn, think and develop new systems, with our historical long term success rate of 1%.

Armed with this insight we can do a fitness analysis for any new concept or proposed change; see if they are feasible today; and determine what will it take to make them successful. This is the premise and the promise of Knowledge Science.

How can you use it?

This program works like a computerized encyclopedia. It is fully cross referenced bibliographically and by content. Subjects are linked together, so they are immediately useful to you, by:

1.  Providing you with a road map to anticipate advances in your field.

2.  Making it easy to see the links between different categories and subjects, such as creativity, bio and techno - evolution, etc.

3.  Fostering the development of your ideas and associations.

4.  Enabling you to learn at your own pace.

Publisher comments

The current version, 1.2 was updated for distribution on a CD in 1998. It  runs under every Windows version well as on Macintosh and Linux PCs in emulation mode.

It has thousands of satisfied users, working mostly in the information technology and higher education fields.

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