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On mathematical systems theory

  • Rudolf F. Albrecht
Part of the Advances in Computing Science book series (ACS)

Abstract

Intuitively, systems are, frequently hierarchical, aggregations of physical or mental objects, composed either by nature or composed by us for a certain purpose or for logical reasons according observable and distinguishable “properties”. Properties can be physical or logical qualities and quantities, location in physical space, behavior in physical time, physical or logical relationships between objects.

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Physical Object Control Object Physical Time Logical Time Partial Assignment 
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