This is really a seminal work. Nice to go back and see some of the original thinking. Amazed at how contemporary much of it really is (i.e., good theory has a long shelf life).Published 1 month ago by gdouglaso
Excellent book for those interested in system theory, non-linear systems, complex adaptive systems, and related topics. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Chase Mc
I love this book it a good classic to keep for future reference if you are a consultant and need some background information.
Anyone that does research it a must have.
This is has been a very enlightening read. I brought this book for a paper I'm writing in school. I brought it as an eBook so that I could keep digital notes and do quick searches... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Daryl E Horton
Excellent introductory book to systems. Moves from an overview into specific examples with a focus on biology. A must read for people entering the field.Published 21 months ago by Rockyroost
Before Von Bertanalfy: closed systems only;
After Von Bertanalfy: Open systems, interfaces, interactions, systems engineering, system thinking, system integration,... Read more
Understanding systems of the world is within your grasp, this book explains the concept intensively and opens way to see much more in ordinary things and relate so much to concepts... Read morePublished on January 7, 2013 by BenEngineer