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The term systemics is since the 1990s a name for the branch of science that studies holistic systems, which tries to develop a logico-mathematical framework in which physical and metaphysical systems can be studied. This term has become associated with cybernetics, systems theory, systems science, socio-cognitive engineering and systemic coaching.
The inclusion of general principles of the philosophy of systems and scientific paradigms, characterises systemics. Such perspective is represented by teleological and holistic TOGA meta-theory (1993) where new paradigms related to intelligent systems were added to systemics.
Some articles about systemics:
- A Taste of systemetics By Bela Banathy
- Systemics: The Most Basic Science by Donald E. Watson,
- The Theory of Enformed Systems - A Paradigm of Organization and Holistic Systems by Watson, D. E., G. E. Schwartz, L. G. S. Russek (1998).
- Systemics and Cybernetics in a Historical Perspective by Charles François (1999)
- International conference on Cybernetics, Informatics and Systemics, CIS-2006
- International conference, Systemics, Cybernetics, Informatics, ICSCI-2006
- Journal of Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics
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