An introduction to general systems thinking

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Wiley, Feb 12, 1975 - Science - 279 pages
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Makes the most generally applicable insights from general systems theorists and from disciplinarians available to the widest audience possible.

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Another gem from Gerald Weinberg. This one is about "systems", in a very general sense. Anybody doing science or engineering (or pretty much anything that involves some type of analysis) will find material of interest here. Read full review

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The Problem
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The Approach
27
System and Illusion
51
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About the author (1975)

When the first edition was released in 1971, Gerald M. Weinberg was Professor of Computer Systems at the School of Advanced Technology, State University of New York, Binghamton. Since 1956, Weinberg has led the industry as a programmer, manager, author, speaker, and consultant.

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