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Applied Systems Analysis Synopsis

Applied Systems Analysis: Science and Art of Solving Real-Life Problems Subject Guide: Engineering - Industrial and Manufacturing Any activity is aimed at solving certain problems, which means transferring a system from an existing unsatisfactory problematic state to a desired state. The success or failure of the system depends on how its natural properties were implemented during the planning of improvement and intervention state. This book covers the theory and experience of successfully solving problems in a practical and general way. This book includes a general survey of modern systems analysis; offers several original results; presents the latest methodological and technological results of the theory of systems; introduces achievements; and discusses the transition from the ideology of the machine age to the ideology of the systems age. This book will be of interest to both professionals and academicians.

Book Information

ISBN: 9780367472399
Publication date: 30th June 2020
Author: F. P. Tarasenko
Publisher: CRC Press an imprint of Taylor & Francis Ltd
Format: Hardback
Pagination: 244 pages
Categories: Product design, Hydraulic engineering, Technology: general issues, Other manufacturing technologies, Engineering: general, Project management, Production engineering, Engineering: general,

About F. P. Tarasenko

Felix P. TARASENKO - Born in Saratov (Russia) on 6th of March, 1932. D.Sc.(Cybernetics & Information Theory), Professor (Chair of Theoretical Cybernetics, Tomsk State University). Graduated from Radio-Physics Dept. of TSU in 1955. Since then his carrier developed at TSU where he lectured and was Chair of Radio-physics (1958 - 1960), docent and head of the Chair of Electronic Computers and Automation (1960 - 1964), head of Chair of Statistical Radio-Physics and Information Theory (1964 - 1965), Senior research worker, laboratory of electronic computers (1965 - 1970), Senior lecturer in physics, as a UNESCO expert in Dar-es-Salaam University College, Tanzania (1967 - 1968), head of Cybernetics Dept. of Siberian Physical-Technical Research ...

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