Oct 15, 2012
Journal of Transdisciplinary Federation of Science and Technology
– This computational social scientiﬁc study intended to inquiry into an emerging pattern of self-organized networking in social phenomena such as cooperative voluntary participation and civic engagement. Especially, the ‘Pay It Forward’ inspired networking was able to unveil the nature of varieties of social participatory cooperation and ad hoc networking patterns by artiﬁcial social simulation. It suggested that this type of self-organizing networking can be adapted in various ﬁelds such as biologically inspired computing, community based services by information communication technology, smarter networking systems and other sociological concerns. And ﬁnally, taken together, I discussed various considerable matters as the lessons from the Tohoku Earthquake Disaster in Japan at the beginning of March 2011.