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Like all wikis, Ifigenia cannot potentially exist and develop without the support of the community of its users. Wiki is not a carefully designed completed and static site for casual visitors and consumers of information. It is not intended to deliver one-way messages. It seeks to involve the visitors in an ongoing process of cooperation and content development that constantly changes the web site landscape.
- Agenda setting
- Share your comments and ideas on the present and future research in the field. Share your vision of the current state-of-the-art and the directions of progress. Suggest how to make GNs and IFSs more popular and applicable.
- Help in the establishment of methodologies in teaching intuitionistic fuzzy sets or generalized nets. Take part in the collaborative writing of educational content within the scope of Ifigenia: textbooks, exercises, problems for solving, testing materials. Involve your students and PhD-students in contributing to Ifigenia.
- Discuss everything that excites or upsets you — now you can do it in a way that everyone can hear you!
- Content creation and improvement
- Create a new article with definition of a term or improve an existing article. If you don't have anything particular in mind, you can check the List of IFS terms and the List of GN terms. Complete these lists with new terms!
- If your researcher interests are in the scope of Ifigenia, add an article with your biography and publications. You may add biographies of your coauthors as well as information about your research institution or university.
- Online distribution of already published materials and preprints
- If you like, you can upload on Ifigenia some of your most significant and representative publications for reading and download. This is an important scientific and educational resource for researchers to be in touch with your interests and results, for PhD-students to learn, etc. (Don't forget to ask your coauthors and publishers for consent.)
- Community building and partners networking
- Provide information about your research team: members, publications, interests, participation in projects within the scope of Ifigenia... and contacts! :-)
- Seek and invite your colleagues from Ifigenia for bilateral and multilateral cooperations for national and international funding, project proposals or simply writing papers.
- Add information about forthcoming calls for conferences in the relevant fields.
- Tell your colleagues, coauthors and students about Ifigenia.