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International Journal of Cyber Diplomacy / 2021, Volume 2



Disruptive Effects of New Pandemic Age to Shifted Cyber Diplomacy due to Multilateral Mixed Transformation

Zlatogor MINCHEV

zlatogor@bas.bg


Abstract:

The paper outlines a comprehensive model, concerning socio-technological disruptive effects to shifted cyber diplomacy due to multilateral mixed transformation and system effectiveness evolution towards the year 2033. The approach aims towards a proactive understanding of a comprehensive digital future, combining expert and reference data with machine simulations in the “shifted reality” of the new pandemic and technologies. A combination of morphological and system analysis is initially presented with further probabilistic future validation and verification, implementing multicriteria base oscillators cyclic coherence assessment. Finally, a wrap-up discussion on the results, uncertainties and expectations for the future is presented.

Keywords:
Fostered transformation, Comprehensive modelling & analysis, Multicriteria assessment, Future validation & verification, Shifted cyber diplomacy

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CITE THIS PAPER AS:
Zlatogor MINCHEV, "Disruptive Effects of New Pandemic Age to Shifted Cyber Diplomacy due to Multilateral Mixed Transformation", International Journal of Cyber Diplomacy, ISSN 2668-8662, vol. 2, pp. None, 2021.