A Framework for Human Interactions in Complex Systems

  • Andrew P. Sage
Part of the The Kluwer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science book series (SECS, volume 372)


Thank you very much. It is a very significant pleasure to be here tonight at this conference to speak with you on the framework for human interaction in complex systems which is, of course, the title of the various workshops organized for us. What I’d like to do is to talk about several items significant to organizational learning, human and organizational errors, and areas in which human and organizational interactions occur in complex systems. Try to picture some of the ingredients that are associated with this. Simply, there are humans, there are technologies, there are organizations, and some very puzzling behavior that occurs and which we really don’t know how to characterize in a very definitive way


Organizational Learning Formal Reasoning Lottery Ticket Formal Knowledge Hindsight Bias 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Andrew P. Sage
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  1. 1.George Mason University School of Information Technology and EngineeringFairfaxUSA

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