Sistemas, Teoria Geral, Pensamento Sistêmico:Lista de Links/Livros Relacionados

Me parece que fui o primeiro homem a encontrar a fórmula da Natureza para criar sistemas naturais. Mas este conhecimento está ameaçado de morrer comigo, na minha gaveta. O método sistêmico terá que ser a segunda fase das Ciências, uma espécie de segunda revolução em todo o conhecimento das ciências da natureza, tendo sido a primeira, o método analitico reducionista.Ele deverá dobrar a ciência atual em duas. É neste momento o conhecimento mais importante que está faltando á Humanidade, para ter os atuais obstáculos a uma existencia feliz e auto-suficiente, livre de todos os trabalhos brutos, rotineiros, indesejados, porque a fórmula de sistema fechado perfeito implica na implantação total do automatismo na produção dos bens de consumo. Todas as doenças tradicionais que não foram resolvidas pelo método reducionista dependem de conhecimentos do corpo como um sistema. Portanto é um assunto muitíssimo importante. Mas haveria alguma maneira de divulgar esta fórmula e o conhecimento que já obtive sobre sistemas naturais?

Este capitulo está aberto para esta questão. Para a continuidade da pesquisa sobre o que existe divulgado, como está o conhecimento atual do mundo lá fora sobre sistemas naturais. Para esforçar a mente em busca de uma aplicação pratica tecnológica imediata.

A fórmula começa aqui, no seu estado de onda de luz natural:

Light - The Electric-Magnetic Spectrum by Matrix/DNA

E a fórmula chega evolutivamente aqui, no seu estado de sistema perfeito, fechado em si mesmo:

E o desenho do circuito do fluxo interno de informação da fórmula da Matrix/DNA na sua versão de sistema perfeito fechado, na forma de diagrama de software

E o desenho do circuito do fluxo interno de informação da fórmula da Matrix/DNA na sua versão de sistema perfeito fechado, na forma de diagrama de software

Pesquisa:

1) Livro Fundamental: Teoria Geral dos Sistemas – Ludwig Von Bertalanffy

(Ver tambem um artigo em portugues sobre o livro de Bertalanffy no site InfoEscola:

Síntese – Teoria Geral dos Sistemas

http://www.infoescola.com/filosofia/sintese-teoria-geral-dos-sistemas/

Lucas Hermann Negri – Ciência da Computação – Udesc

2) Wikipedia: 

System, Systems science, systems theory, cybernetics, dynamical systems, thermodynamics and complex systems, Systems biology,

Systems science · Systems scientists (Conceptual · Physical · Social)

3) Definitions of Systems and Models by Michael Pidwirny, 1999-2007.

Definitionen von “System” (1572-2002) by Roland Müller, 2001-2007 (most in German).

4) Institute for Systems Biology: SBI

http://www.systemsbiology.org/

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Pegasus Communications

http://www.pegasuscom.com/systems-thinking.html

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Answers.com

Systems

http://www.answers.com/topic/system

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Thinking about Systems

http://www.lindaboothsweeney.net/

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Links to Sites Related to

Systems Thinking
http://www.thinking.net/Systems_Thinking/systems_thinking.html

The System Dynamics Society
http://www.systemdynamics.org
The homepage of the System Dynamics Society, including a history of system dynamics, a brief description of its tools and applications, information about the annual system dynamics conference, and information on the System Dynamics Review, a refereed journal.

Systems Thinking Practice
http://sgzz.ch/?Systems_Thinking_Practice
A map of systems thinking, cybernetics, cognition, and other resources on the Web

The Learning Org Discussion Pages
http://www.learning-org.com
The home of the Learning-Org list, which has over 2000 members on several continents.
Older messages are archived by thread, date, and subject.

Mental Model Musings
http://www.systems-thinking.org/index.htm
This has a large amount of information on the history, development, and principles of systems thinking. There are also additional links to other systems thinking-related issues, such as the different systemic situations that appear frequently across disciplines, called “Archetypes.”

Systems Thinking: Archetypes
http://www.systems-thinking.org/arch/arch.htm
This link takes you directly to the article referenced under the link above this oen, on “archetypes.”

The System Dynamics Mailing List and Discussion Pages
http://www.vensim.com/sdmail/sdmail.html
Contains a mailing list and discussion group about system dynamics.

The MIT System Dynamics Group
http://web.mit.edu/sdg/www/
In addition to information about the MIT System Dynamics Group and its publications, this page has links to the System Dynamics in Education Project, and other resources about system dynamics-based computer models.

The Principia Cybernetica Web
http://pespmc1.vub.ac.be/cybsysth.html
The Principia Cybernetica Web site includes a section on cybernetics &;systems theory. As the Principia Cybernetica Project uses it, “systems theory” is the result of the investigation into general principles of systems. As such, systems science is closely related to, but not identical with, systems thinking and system dynamics.

Bibliography of the works of Chris Argyris
http://www.actionscience.com/argbib.htm
One of the best-known writers on learning in organizations and the organizational defensive routines that prevent it. He wrote several of the classic works on impediments to learning, including Overcoming Organizational Defensive Routines, Knowledge for Action, and several articles he wrote for the Harvard Business Review (for example, “Teaching Smart People How to Learn”).

Paper on “Organizational Learning and Information Systems”
http://www.e-papyrus.com/personal/orglrn.html

Some notes from the keynotes at the 1995 Systems Thinking in Action conference
http://world.std.com/~lo/95.10/0082.html
The Systems Thinking in Action conference, presented by Pegasus Communications, is the largest systems thinking conference. This link includes notes on the keynote addresses at the 1995 conference.

Whole Systems Design Association
http://www.earthcorps.com/wsda

Deming Institute
http://www.deming.org/
The Institute founded by W. Edwards Deming in 1993. Contains information and a list of resources for learning more about his work.


Recent Projects Using Systems Thinking Innovatively

The Boston Indicators Project, a joint effort of The Boston Foundation and the City of Boston, Massachusetts, used systems thinking in their 2002 report, Creativity & Innovation: A Bridge to the Future. The Foundation worked with systems thinking consultants (Daniel Aronson, Four Profit Inc; Phil Clawson, Community Matters Group; and Brendan Miller and Osamu Uehara of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology) to help find a core theme in the changes in the 200 indicators related to the greater Boston area’s economic strength, civic life, community fabric, health status, diversity, and other areas. As a result, the report highlights the connections between economic innovation, transportation, the cost of living, diversity, demographics, and many other areas.

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