Systems, models, and measures
Systems, Models and Measures seek to bridge the gap between the gap between the 'classical' sciences and the newly developing technologies (such as IT, software engineering, and management), by constructing a systematic measurement framework for them both.
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6-tuple artefact attributes black-box model body predicates Chapter characterization clausal implication complete composition data digraph Data Flow Diagrams data forest defined definition derived described directed graph disjunction domain elements entity equation example fact-clauses formal languages formal relation system Full Prolog functor given hierarchical implication hierarchically composed history process implementation indirect measurement input product labels light bulb logic program Measurement theory metalogical metrology model-based measurement scheme models and measures multiple-language non-operational object object-oriented measurement operational out-arcs parameter predicate logic prescriptive specification problem procedure model process q product species product/process model program model Prolog logic text Prolog text Prop property variables quicksort Rcomp recursion reference language represent representation requirement Rprop Section self-loops shown in Figure shows signature specification and design specification language strategy structural model structural relation system predicates theory transient transition process transition table translation utility measures valid width