Systems Theory: Complex Systems
Systems Theory underpins many aspects of the development of Control Theory and Design and involves the development of Mathematical System Theory for the standard Linear Systems paradigm and the development of the fundamentals for a Control and Systems Framework for the emerging paradigms of Complex Systems.
Complex Systems: is a term that emerges in many disciplines and it is subject to many alternative interpretations. The research in this area views complexity within the framework of Mathematical Systems Theory, deals with the classification problem and focuses on two distinct aspects of complexity: The large dimensionality of the problem and the emerging paradigm of Structure Evolving Systems (SES). The research in SES aims to extend traditional systems and control ideas into this challenging paradigm of system descriptions which emerge in many and diverse fields of applications.
- Systems Integration
- Systems of Systems
- Complex systems. Modelling and Systems Organisation
- Historical Origins of Systems and Control