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[Journal:] Foundations of Management [ISSN:] 2300-5661 [Volume:] 5 [Issue:] 3 [Publisher:] De Gruyter [Place:] Warsaw [Year:] 2013 [Pages:] 89-102
De Gruyter, Warsaw
Characterization theory was developed in the 1970s by a member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, a prominent cybernetics V.A. Gorbatov, and became the nucleus of an international school. Many of today's academy graduates make a new generation of scholars, more than 150 doctors and assistant professors, developing a new descriptive theory of cybernetic complex systems, based on the canon of the so-called characterization principle, binding the sets of y¥a functioning models and x¥bstructure models using the paradigm of monotone mappings of the considered system. This article presents an overview of the following problems: (1) the issues of functional-structural connection systems from the point of view of their design correctness; (2) the basic postulates of the characterization principle; (3) the nature of interaction between system objects; (4 and 5) mechanisms and functions for initiation of the operation; (6) the mechanisms of control and reaction functions; (7 and 8) the analytical form of initiation function and a network initialization function and (9) the axiom of extensionality (J), feasibility (R) and compatibility (Z).
functional model
structure model
atomic predicate
characterization principle
operations and functions of initiation
control and response functions
axioms of clarity
feasibility and compatibility
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