Applying the System Concept
The application of the system concept to complex matters and, in particular, to complex engineering projects, is often understood in terms of a couple of intermediate processes, as shown in Table A5.1.
KeywordsFunctional Element System Concept Complex Object System Thinking Object Parameter
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