Author:Frank Hutson Gregory

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Frank Hutson Gregory
(1951—)
Bibliographer, Historian, Journalist, Lecturer in Information Systems.

Born: Lancashire, England in 1951. Educated at Friends' School, Lancaster; University of York (B.A. Philosophy); University of Lancaster (M.Sc. Information Management); University of Warwick (Ph.D. Industrial and Business Studies).

Created the Logico-linguistic modeling method for the design of information systems with artificial intelligence.

Address: Frank Hutson Gregory can be contacted through his personal web page at http://logicalgregory.jimdo.com/

Frank Hutson Gregory


Works at Wikisource[edit]

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Other Works[edit]

Refereed Journal Articles[edit]

"Cultural Problems in Applying SSM for IS Development" with T.T. Moore (2000), Journal of Global Information Management, vol. 8, no. 1.

"Logical Soft Systems Modelling for Information Source Analysis - The Case of Hong Kong Telecom", with Lau Sui Pong (1999) Journal of the Operational Research Society, vol. 50 (2),

"Soft Systems Models for Knowledge Elicitation and Representation" (1995), Journal of the Operational Research Society, vol. 46 (5), pp 562-578.

"Cause, Effect, Efficiency and Soft Systems Models" (1993), Journal of the Operational Research Society, vol. 44 (4), pp 333-344.

"SSM to Information Systems: A Wittgensteinian Approach" (1993), Journal of Information Systems, 3, pp. 149-168.

"Logic and Meaning in Conceptual Models: Implications for Information System Design" (1993). Systemist, vol. 15 (1). pp. 28-43.

"SSM to Information Systems: A Logical Account", (1992) Systemist, vol. 14 (3), 1992. pp. 180-189.

Books[edit]

The Bangkok Cable Stayed Bridge, with R. A. Freeman (1987) 3 F Engineering Consultants, Bangkok, Thailand.

Stalin, with David Hayes (1977) Wayland Publishers, Brighton, England.

Rommel, (1974) Wayland Publishers, Brighton, England.

Goering, (1974) Wayland Publishers, Brighton, England.

Books edited[edit]

Proceedings of the Conference on the Theory, Use and Integrative Aspects of IS Methodologies. with N. Jayaratna, G. Paton and Y. Merali Eds, (1993) British Computer Society Information Systems Methodologies Special Interest Group. Sept. 1993.

Chapters in Books[edit]

"The impact of culture on the development of information systems: A case study." with Moores, T.T., (2002) In F. Tan (Ed.) 'Advanced Topics in Global Information Management, Vol. 1,' Idea Group Publishing, Hershey (PA), USA, pp74-82.

"Mapping Information Systems on to the real world" in Winder & Probert (Eds.) Philosophical Aspects of Information Systems. Taylor & Francis, 1997.

Refereed Conference Proceedings[edit]

F. H. Gregory & T. T. Moores, 1998, "Cultural Problems in Applying SSM for IS Development" in Business Information Technolgy Management: Closing the International Divide, the proceedings of the BIT World Conference Delhi Feb 1998 (Eds.) P. Banerjee, R. Hackney, G. Dillon & R. Jain. Har-Anand Publications, New Delhi.

Ada Wong & F. H. Gregory, 1998, "On the inapplicability of western models to information systems development in Chinese companies - the case of the Hong Kong newspapers" Implementation and evaluation of information systems in developing countries, the proceedings of the fifth International Working Conference of IFIP WG 9.4. (Ed.) Chrisanthi Avgerou. International Federation for Information Processing.

F. H. Gregory, 1996, "The need for "Scientific" Information Systems" Proceedings of the Americas Conference on Information Systems, Aug 1996, Association for Information Systems, 1996. pp. 534-536.

F. H. Gregory, 1994, "Are there systems problems in current systems teaching?" Proceedings of the third UKSS Information & Information Systems Seminar, Systemist vol. 16 (1), Feb. 1994. pp. 9-11.

F. H. Gregory, 1993, "SSM for Knowledge Elicitation and Representation", Proceedings of the Conference on the Theory, Use and Integrative Aspects of IS Methodologies, British Computer Society Information Systems Methodologies Special Interest Group. Sept. 1993. pp. 377-390.

F. H. Gregory, 1993, "Mapping Conceptual Models on to the Real World", Proceedings of the United Kingdom Systems Society 3rd International Conference, Plenum Publishing Corp. July 1993. pp. 117-122.

Working Papers and Letters[edit]

Ada Wong & F. H. Gregory, 1997, The Inapplicability of Western Models to Information Technology Development in Chinese Companies - The Case of the Hong Kong Newspaper Industry, City University of Hong Kong, Information Systems Department, Working Paper No. WP97/06.

F. H. Gregory & Lau Siu Pong, 1996, Logical Soft Systems Modelling for Information Source Analysis, City University of Hong Kong, Information Systems Department , Working Paper No.WP96/05

F. H. Gregory, 1996, "Arithmetic and Reality: A Development of Popper's Ideas", City University of Hong Kong, Information Systems Department, Working Paper No.WP96/01

F. H. Gregory, 1995, "Over Simplistic Cognitive Science", Journal of the Operational Research Society, vol. 46 (2), pp 274-275.

F. H. Gregory, 1995, "Mapping Information Systems onto the Real World". City University of Hong Kong, Information Systems Department, Working Paper No. 95/01.

F. H. Gregory, 1993, "SSM for Knowledge Elicitation and Representation", Warwick Business School Research Paper No. 98.

F. H. Gregory & Y. Merali, 1993, "Inductions, Modality & Conceptual Modelling", Warwick Business School Research Paper No. 79.

F. H. Gregory, 1992, "SSM to Information Systems: A Wittgensteinian Account", Warwick Business School Research Paper No. 65.

F. H. Gregory, 1992, "Logic & Meaning in Conceptual Models: Implications for Information System Design", Warwick Business School Research Paper No. 62.

F. H. Gregory, 1992, "Cause, Effect, Efficiency & Soft Systems Models", Warwick Business School Research Paper No. 42.

F. H. Gregory, 1991, "Causation and Soft Systems Models", Systemist, vol. 13 (3), Aug 1991. pp. 105-112.