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<blockquote>Hipel, K.W., M.M. Jamshidi, J.M. Tien, and C.C. White. 2007. "The Future of Systems, Man, and Cybernetics: Application Domains and Research Methods." ''IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics - Part C: Applications and Reviews''. 37 (5): 726-743.</blockquote>
  
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This paper discusses a number of new systems, including system-of-systems, and decision-oriented informatics and adaptive-oriented cybernetics methods and their further development are discussed. This paper presents a multidisciplinary outlook with a mass customization focus moving from a steady state to a real-time perspective, and from an optimal to an adaptive approach.
  
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Hipel, K.W., M.M. Jamshidi, J.M. Tien, and C.C. White. 2007. "The Future of Systems, Man, and Cybernetics: Application Domains and Research Methods." IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics - Part C: Applications and Reviews. 37 (5): 726-743.

Usage

This source is considered a primary reference for the Fundamentals of Services article.

Annotation

This paper discusses a number of new systems, including system-of-systems, and decision-oriented informatics and adaptive-oriented cybernetics methods and their further development are discussed. This paper presents a multidisciplinary outlook with a mass customization focus moving from a steady state to a real-time perspective, and from an optimal to an adaptive approach.

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