Five International Associations Coordinating Committee (FIACC)
Comité de coordination de cinq associations internationales
2-3 June 1970, Paris (France), with the assistance of United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), by delegates of 5 non-governmental international associations: International Association for Mathematics and Computers in Simulation (IMACS) - formerly 'International Association for Analogue Computation (AICA)'; International Federation of Automatic Control (IFAC); International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP); International Federation of Operational Research Societies (IFORS); International Measurement Confederation (IMEKO). Current 'Objectives and Working Principles' approved by the Sister Federations of FIACC, at 9th Meeting, June 1978, Helsinki (Finland). As of 2004, activities temporarily suspended. As of 2008, ceased to exist.
Acting in an advisory capacity, coordinate public activities of constituent associations in the fields of: analog and hybrid computation, automatic control; information processing; operational research; measurement.Available with paid subscription only.
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