Systems Analysis Design

A systemic perspective on cognition and mathematics by Yi Lin

By Yi Lin

This publication is dedicated to the learn of human inspiration, its systemic constitution, and the ancient improvement of arithmetic either as a fabricated from concept and as a desirable case research. After demonstrating that structures learn constitutes the second one size of recent technology, the monograph discusses the yoyo version, a contemporary ground-breaking improvement of platforms learn, which has introduced ahead revolutionary Read more...

summary: This booklet is dedicated to the examine of human idea, its systemic constitution, and the old improvement of arithmetic either as a made from concept and as a desirable case research. After demonstrating that structures examine constitutes the second one size of contemporary technological know-how, the monograph discusses the yoyo version, a contemporary ground-breaking improvement of structures examine, which has introduced ahead progressive functions of structures examine in quite a few components of the normal disciplines, the 1st measurement of technological know-how. After the systemic constitution of proposal is factually published, math

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To individual scholars, what this end means is a widely opening virgin land of knowledge that is awaiting each of us to enter and to pick up those previously unseen “beautiful sea shells’’ as Newton did over three hundred years ago when modern science was initiated. What a golden moment of history you and I live in! 4 SOME SUCCESSFUL APPLICATIONS OF SYSTEMIC YOYOS MODEL To show this yoyo model can indeed, as expected, play the role of intuition and playground for systems research, let us list a few past achievements.

2 Intensity distribution of hydrogen atoms after their transition through an inhomogeneous magnetic field. 3 A splitting yoyo beam. careful analysis shows that it is impossible for the magnetic moment to be originated in the nucleus of hydrogen atoms). Further proofs of the existence of electron spin are provided by the multiplet structure of atomic spectra and Einstein and de Hass experiment that was initially designed in 1915. All details are omitted here. Interested readers should refer to (Griffiths, 1998; Greiner, 1993).

To confirm the answer is correct, one is required to go back to the problem to check the answer. Here is one way to do just that: Because John and Ed can finish the job in 2 hours together, with Paul added, the additional manpower should surely make completing the job quicker. So, 24/13 is the correct answer. Now, if we look at the resolution of the previous problem from the angle of systems thinking, we can see at least three problems: • • • Each of the workers in real life may have different sets of skills so that they have their particular internal structures.

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