World Scientific Publishing Company
April 19, 2006
This is the first book that renders a thorough discussion of system science. It draws on material from an extensive collection of external sources, including several other books in a special library collection complete with videotape empirical evidence of applicability of the theory to a wide variety of circumstances. This is essential because system science must be responsive to diverse human situations of the widest difficulty, and it must fill the void that the specific sciences cannot fill, because the sciences are insensitive to the necessities of reconciling disparate views of multiple observers, and incorporating local conditions and hypotheses that precede inductive explorations.