SYSTEMIC VIEW OF PARTS OF THE WORLD
Keywords:complexity, hierarchy, language, arrays, purposive activity, design
AbstractSYSTEMIC VIEW OF PARTS OF THE WORLD J Korn, firstname.lastname@example.org Mailing address : 116 St Margarets Road, Edware, HA8 9UX, UK ABSTRACT An argument based on the systemic view (views of complexity and hierarchy) to justify the use of minimal elements of processed natural language for the construction of models to apply this view, is given. Abstract elements of language are expressed as static arrays of minimal elements which allow their implementation in design of products. Linguistic modelling, dynamics of sentences, is introduced and used as prototype, the end result of design. Hierarchies are constructed using arrays and their combinations with emergent properties. The notion of unit and measure of complexity is introduced.
How to Cite
Korn, J. (2006). SYSTEMIC VIEW OF PARTS OF THE WORLD. Proceedings of the 50th Annual Meeting of the ISSS - 2006, Sonoma, CA, USA. Retrieved from https://journals.isss.org/index.php/proceedings50th/article/view/208