Procedia Computer Science
Complex Adaptive Systems, Conference Organized by Missouri University of Science and Technology 2013 - Baltimore, MD
Complex systems problems require the use of a formal philosophical construct and dictate the use of a rigorous systems approach. A systems approach may utilize one of a variety of proven methods, but in each case it involves the imposition of order that ranges from the philosophical to the procedural. Independent of the construct or rigor used to address the complex systems problem is the opportunity to commit a number of errors as part of a systems approach. This paper will discuss six classifications for problem solving errors that may be experienced during the application of a systems approach as part of understanding and treating complex systems problems. © 2013 The Authors.
Original Publication Citation
MacG. Adams, K., & Hester, P. T. (2013). Accounting for errors when using systems approaches. Procedia Computer Science, 20, 318-324. doi:10.1016/j.procs.2013.09.279
Adams, kevin MacG. and Hester, Peggy, "Accounting for Errors When Using Systems Approaches" (2013). Engineering Management & Systems Engineering Faculty Publications. 29.