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Autor: Michael Matthies
ISBN-13: 9783540412922
Einband: Book
Seiten: 593
Gewicht: 1008 g
Format: 244x162x29 mm
Sprache: Englisch

Integrative Systems Approaches to Natural and Social Dynamics

Systems Science 2000
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Dr. phil. Jürgen Kriz ist Professor für Psychologie an der Universität Osnabrück, Psychotherapeut (GwG) und Ausbilder für Klientenzentrierte Psychotherapie. Er ist korrespondierendes Mitglied der Gesellschaft für Logotherapie und Existenzanalyse.
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At the start of the new millennium, mankind is challenged by a paradox: the greater the apparent knowledge becomes, the greater the uncertainty in understanding and predicting how the world works appears. This book presents the outline of a new basis of Systems Science and a methodology for its applications in complex environmental, economic, social, and technological systems.
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Presents the new approach towards Systems Science based on latest basic research results
Outlines future applications in fields of importance to mankind in the next decades
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Contents Foreword H. Haken....................................................... Introduction M. Matthies, H. Malchow, J. Kriz ............................................................ Part I: General Aspects of Systems Science The Dynamics of Knowledge and Ignorance: Learning the New Systems Science P.M. Allen ............................................................ Chaos, Computability, Determinism, and Freedom: A Critical Analysis from a System-Theoretic Point of View T. Leiber ............................................................ The Function of Systems Concepts. From Systems Theory to Systems Science E. Umbach ............................................................ Fuzzy Aspects of Systems Science W. Silvert ............................................................ Part II: Biological Systems On the Phenomenon of Bimodality in Aggregating Pattern Dynamics E. G. DAmbrogio ............................................................ Parameter Estimation in Nonlinear Systems with Dynamic Noise N. Stollenwerk ............................................................ Spatial Pattern Formation in a Simple Model of Consumer-Resource System A. Bobyrev, E. Kriksunov, V. Burmensky, H. Malchow ...................................................... Scaling Laws for the Prey-Predator Interaction Rates Z.-S. Lin, B.-L. Li ............................................................ Active Motion in Systems with Energy Supply W. Ebeling, F. Schweitzer ............................................................ Reconstruction of Human Liver Parenchyma with Computer Program A. Barbieri, R. Dacc, F. Grizzi, N. Dioguardi ............................................................ Part III: Ecological and Environmental Systems Recent Developments in System Ecology S. E. Jrgensen ............................................................ GIS-Based Catchment Modelling M. Matthies, F. Pfäfflin, J. Berlekamp............................................................ Hybrid Low Level Petri Nets in Environmental Modelling - Development Platform and Case Studies R. Seppelt, M.-M. Temme ............................................................ An Empirically Based Approach to Self-Organisation in Forest Ecosystems M. Jenssen ............................................................ Regional-Scale Groundwater Quality: Monitoring and Assessment Using Spatially Referenced Environmental Data S. Fuest, J. Berlekamp, M. Matthies ............................................................ Mathematical Aspects in the Modelling of Urban Environmental Quality I. Fernndez, J. M. Pacheco ............................................................ Elaboration of Systems Hydroecological Monitoring of Aral Sea Basin A. Nasrulin, H. Lieth ............................................................ Information Theoretic Measures for the Maturity of Ecosystems T. Wilhelm, R. Brüggemann ............................................................ Semianalytical Spatial Ranges and Persistences of Non-Polar Chemicals for Reaction- Diffusion Type Dynamics H. Held ............................................................ Part IV: Technology and Risk Assessment The Uncertainties of Risk Communication in Knowledge Societies G. Bechmann, N. Stehr ............................................................ A Dynamic Account of Rational Decision Making under Uncertainty. The Case of Risk Assessment in Hazardous Technological Systems G. Geiger ............................................................ Assessing the Risk of Transgenic Crops - The Role of Scientific Belief Systems J. Wesseler ............................................................ Evaluation Methodology for Fate and Exposure Models S. Schwartz, V. Berding, M. Matthies ............................................................ Quantitative Risk Assessment Applied to Fragmental Rockfall Hazard on a Rock Slope C.
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At the start of the new millennium, mankind is challenged by a paradox: the more we know about the world the more uncertain we become in understanding and predicting how it works. This book presents an outline of a new basis for Systems Science, and a methodology for its application in complex environmental, economic, social, and technological systems.
Editiert von: Michael Matthies, Horst Malchow, Jürgen Kriz
Dr. phil. Jürgen Kriz ist Professor für Psychologie an der Universität Osnabrück, Psychotherapeut (GwG) und Ausbilder für Klientenzentrierte Psychotherapie. Er ist korrespondierendes Mitglied der Gesellschaft für Logotherapie und Existenzanalyse.

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Autor: Michael Matthies
ISBN-13 :: 9783540412922
ISBN: 3540412921
Erscheinungsjahr: 28.08.2001
Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
Gewicht: 1008g
Seiten: 593
Sprache: Englisch
Auflage 2001. 2001
Sonstiges: Buch, 244x162x29 mm, 172 Abbildungen, 58 Tabellen