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List of types of systems theory

List of types of systems theory
This list of types of systems theory gives an overview of different types of systems theory, which are mentioned in scientific book titles or articles.[1] The following more than 40 types of systems theory are all explicitly named systems theory and represent a unique conceptual framework in a specific field of science. Systems theory has been formalized since the 1950s, and a long set of specialized systems theories and cybernetics exist. In the beginnings, General Systems Theory was developed by Ludwig von Bertalanffy to overcome the over-specialisation of the modern times and as a worldview using holism. The systems theories nowadays are closer to the traditional specialisation than to holism, by interdependencies and mutual division by mutually-different specialists. [2] A[edit] B[edit] Behavioral systems theory[9]Biochemical systems theory[10]Biomatrix systems theory[11] C[edit] Complex adaptive system theory. D[edit] E[edit] F[edit] G[edit] General systems theory[26] H[edit] I[edit] L[edit]

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