The Systems View of the World: A Holistic Vision for Our Time
Hampton Press, 1996 - Análisis de sistemas - 103 pages
Taking the view that understanding the meaning behind the complex formulas of science is more important than ever, this work attempts to explain the systems view of the world as the paradigm of the latest scientific developments.
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Like others have said, beginning was good - most of the book felt lost and repetitious. Pick up "Systems" for a much more formal, thorough, and enjoyable treatment of the topic.
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