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Dealing with Complexity: An Introduction to the Theory and Application of Systems Science (Language of Science) (Englisch) Gebundene Ausgabe – 31. März 1993

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The Second Edition features expanded coverage of progress in systems science, focusing on the field's overall structure and its components - including systems terms and concepts, complexity, measurements, and principles. The text offers a framework for understanding the underlying theory of systems science to assist decision makers in resolving a wide range of real-world problems in their fields. Revised and expanded chapters cover the origins and evolution of systems science and incorporate different perspectives on complexity. Various approaches to problem solving in the natural and social sciences are described, including the systematic view model and model decomposition.The book also presents clear and coherent accounts of systems intervention, critical systems thinking, and quantification of systems science. Philosophical issues in systems science are comprehensively covered, with discussion on such topics as ontology, epistemology, and methodology.

Other features of the Second Edition include: case studies focusing on the application of the viable system model, methodology application, and theory building; a list of thought-provoking questions for each chapter to assist educators; an introduction to critical systems thinking; a chapter on model decomposition; and various approaches to problem solving, including systems intervention.

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The First Edition of Dealing with Complexity has gratified us tremendously by its sales and adoption in many courses throughout the English-speaking world. The aim of producing this Second Edition is to develop a volume to be established firmly as the introduction to systems science that will take us into the next millennium. A number of significant changes have been made in updating the book to take into account the following; new developments in systems thinking, our experience of using the text to teach hundreds of undergraduate and masters students, feedback from business and management, and some suggestions from book reviews.

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Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
I find this book interesting and easily comprehensible by individuals who are interested in Systems Science.
It looks into all aspects of Systems Science, such as Law of Requisite Variety, Systems Concept, Variety Management & etc.
I would highly reccommend this book for beginners and soon these individuals would love Systems Science.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen A Complete Introduction to Systems Science 5. November 1999
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Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
I find this book interesting and easily comprehensible by individuals who are interested in Systems Science.
It looks into all aspects of Systems Science, such as Law of Requisite Variety, Systems Concept, Variety Management & etc.
I would highly reccommend this book for beginners and soon these individuals would love Systems Science.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Not about Dealing With Complexity, but an overview of Systems Science 15. März 2013
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Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
I've bought this book to help me solve complex problems, as the title says "Dealing with complexity".
In fact the book doesn't teach how to solve complex problems but is, instead, a general presentation (an overview) about systems science. But a boring and uninteresting one. I couldn't engage myself with the book.
The presented examples aren't stimulating and can't grab the reader's interest.
Plenty of times the authors write about works from other authors but fail to explain them, moreover they don't even try, just say that this and that work exists.
In chapter 7 they only present one system related to international relations (from Kaplan). In chapter 8 they mention some numerical approximation methods (LSE, MLE, ...) but don't explain them.
So overall the book can be a so-so introduction to systems science, but if you want to deal with complexity forget it.
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