Applied system and control sciences to social systems: Globalization age paradigms
AuthorDimirovski, Georgi M.
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CitationDimirovski, G. M. (2008). Applied system and control sciences to social systems: Globalization age paradigms. In 17th World Congress(pp. 5239-5250). http://dx.doi.org/10.3182/20080706-5-KR-1001.00880
Modern advanced information technologies resulting from automation of control and decision processes along with ubiquitous communications have a multitude of impacts on development of national economies within the global economy. Thus all kinds of social systems, being essentially human centred systems, is a cross-, inter- and multi-disciplinary challenge to systems and control researchers. Social systems in modern civilization are reviewed from the systems science viewpoint and on the grounds of recent developments in control science and technology and with regard to globalization paradigm. The innovative systems approaches employing results from hybrid systems theory and dynamical networks are needed to address the now-old challenges of combined knowledge and technology transfer world wide for sustainable development that may remedy climate change and some of the negative socio economic aspects of globalization.