Evolving Hierarchical Systems: Their Structure And Representation

Evolving Hierarchical Systems Their Structure And Representation Seeks to represent the order in nature by discriminating a hierarchical system and defining the logical boundaries of the concepts inherent in this system such as time causality complexity partitio

  • Title: Evolving Hierarchical Systems: Their Structure And Representation
  • Author: Stanley N. Salthe
  • ISBN: 9780231060165
  • Page: 214
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Seeks to represent the order in nature by discriminating a hierarchical system and defining the logical boundaries of the concepts inherent in this system such as time, causality, complexity, partitioning, scale, and polarity This book describes the principles of hierarchical structure.

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    1. "A good read into the nature of hierarchy and how it emerges to resolve complexity issues. some good basic principals emerge. Definitely college/grad level. If you are working in a domain (computers, finance or biology) and trying to understand or design systems and behaviours, this may be interesting."

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