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<blockquote>Sheard, S. A. & Mostashari, A. 2009. "Principles of Complex Systems for Systems Engineering." ''Systems Engineering.'' 12(4), 295-311.</blockquote>
  
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==Usage==
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This source is considered a primary reference for the following articles:
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*[[Systems Fundamentals]]
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*[[Complexity]]
  
 
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This reference gives a very good overview of the different perspectives of complexity from both the hard objective and soft subjective perspectives. It attempts to provide a conceptual framework for complexity which will add significantly to the knowledge in this area when complete.
  
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Latest revision as of 19:28, 19 May 2022

Sheard, S. A. & Mostashari, A. 2009. "Principles of Complex Systems for Systems Engineering." Systems Engineering. 12(4), 295-311.

Usage

This source is considered a primary reference for the following articles:

Annotation

This reference gives a very good overview of the different perspectives of complexity from both the hard objective and soft subjective perspectives. It attempts to provide a conceptual framework for complexity which will add significantly to the knowledge in this area when complete.

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