General taxonomy of system[ic] approaches for analysis and design

@article{Kovacic2005GeneralTO,
  title={General taxonomy of system[ic] approaches for analysis and design},
  author={Samuel F. Kovacic},
  journal={2005 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics},
  year={2005},
  volume={3},
  pages={2738-2743 Vol. 3}
}
Taxonomy for the classification of systems or systemic approaches used in analysis and design is presented in this paper. The design of the classification is structured around an epistemological model of complexity where complexity is defined as a characteristic of a situation rather than an entity or domain. The intent of the taxonomy is to provide definition to the variety of fields that hold claim to the term systems, and to reduce this group into a set of meaningful related clusters… CONTINUE READING

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