Presented at IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, Atlanta, GA, 14-17 October 1986, this paper includes following illustrations: Table 1. Broad Types of Inference; Figure 1 A Scale of Belief; Figure 2 Types of Inference; Figure 3 The Structure of Inference; Figure 4 Information Operations; Figure 5 Inference Processes Embedded in the Phaneron and Influenced by the Residue and the Library.
In an unpublished 1987 manuscript "Integrative Sciences, Interactive Management, Generic Design, and Social Problem-Solving" Warfield has described MICROMATHEMATICS AND MACROMATHEMATICS as "a publication in which it is argued that most technical people work with micromathematics, which is the mathematics of the local and suboptimal; while macromathematics is available to work with overview and to structure complex issues and problems. The latter involves the longest lived discipline of all, namely logic, which is now about 1400 years old, and which has an available history and numerous untapped applications."
Dr. Warfield's personal copy of the publisher's offprint was shipped to Fenwick Library Special Collections, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA on 23 October 2000. A paper offprint of full text is at Fenwick Library, Box 09/21, C0016, SCRC, George Mason University Libraries. There has been difficulty in locating access to copyrighted online version published by IEEE. All searches perforned so far reveal the Proceedings volume as NON-EXISTENT. But is does exist, because GMU Libraries have the paper offprint and also a backup scanned copy of the offprint is on Dr. Warfield's home computer. Ordinarily backup scans are not displayed on the Warfield Catalog web page because of copyright restrictions, but as an EXCEPTION, this particular document will be displayed in Warfield Catalog temporarily until IEEE Proceedings publication data is clarified so that the title is available from IEEE.ORG. (r.w. Jan 11, 2018)