A Selection of Systems Theories
In Chapter 2 some of the properties peculiar to theories of general systems were identified. When considering the systems theories and models presented in this chaper we find that they fulfil the demands to varying degrees. A feature common to all (with one exception) is that they are hierarchies of both complexity and size. Another common property is that their structure seems to exist at all levels and on all scales.
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