LISS 2012 pp 1083-1089 | Cite as

Research on the Driving Force Mechanism of Ecosystem of Cyber-Society Based on the ISM

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Since there are a lot of driving forces that affect the formation and development of Ecosystem of Cyber-society, and the hierarchical relationships between them are not clear from an intuitive point of view, for example, some forces intersect, some interrelate, and some show as the forces of the driving forces, and thus form a very complex hierarchical force chain. In order to make the relationships between the driving forces principled, using the Interpretative Structural Modeling Method (ISM) and combined with the analysis of Ecosystem of Cyber-society, this chapter conducted in-depth research on the driving force mechanism of Ecosystem of Cyber-society, and described the mutual relationships and their relevance between the driving forces accurately and quantitatively, in order to find out the most fundamental driving forces that affect the formation and development of China Ecosystem of Cyber-society. And the analysis results would provide a good guide to the formation and development of China Ecosystem of Cyber-society.


Ecosystem of Cyber-society Driving force Structure Mechanism Interpretative Structural Modeling Method (ISM) 



Institute Level Projects Funded by Beijing Institute of Graphic Communication (E-b-2012-20).


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.School of Economics and ManagementBeijing Institute of Graphic CommunicationBeijingChina
  2. 2.Beijing Jiaotong UniversityBeijingChina

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