Integrative Systems Approaches to Natural and Social Dynamics: Systems Science 2000

At the start of the new millennium, mankind is challenged by a paradox: the greater the apparent knowledge becomes, the greater the uncertainty in understanding and predicting how the world works appears. This book presents the outline of a new basis of Systems Science and a methodology for its appl... Ausführliche Beschreibung

1. Person: Matthies, Michael
Weitere Körperschaften: SpringerLink (Online service)
Weitere Personen: Malchow, Horst [editor]; Kriz, Jürgen [editor]
Format: E-Buch
Sprache: English
Veröffentlicht: Berlin, Heidelberg Springer Berlin Heidelberg 2001, 2001
Beschreibung: XXVIII, 593 p online resource
Schlagworte: Environmental sciences
Medicine
Chemistry
Life sciences
Social sciences
Environment
Environment, general
Chemistry/Food Science, general
Life Sciences, general
Biomedicine general
Social Sciences, general
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505 0 |a Learning the New Systems Science -- Chaos, Computability, Determinism, and Freedom: A Critical Analysis from a System-Theoretic Point of View -- The Function of Systems Concepts — From Systems Theory to Systems Science -- Fuzzy Aspects of Systems Science -- II Biological Systems -- On the Phenomenon of Bimodality in Aggregation Pattern Dynamics -- Parameter Estimation in Nonlinear Systems with Dynamic Noise -- Spatial Pattern Formation in a Simple Model of Consumer-Resource System -- Scaling Laws for the Prey-Predator Interaction Rates -- Active Motion in Systems with Energy Supply -- Reconstruction of Human Liver Parenchyma with Computer Program -- III Ecological and Environmental Systems -- Recent Developments in System Ecology -- GIS-Based Catchment Modeling -- Hybrid Low Level Petri Nets in Environmental Modeling — Development Platform and Case Studies --  
505 0 |a Monitoring and Assessment Using Spatially Referenced Environmental Data -- Mathematical Aspects in the Modeling of Urban Environmental Quality -- Elaboration of Systems Hydroecological Monitoring of Aral Sea Basin -- Information Theoretic Measures for the Maturity of Ecosystems -- Semianalytical Spatial Ranges and Persistences of Non-Polar Chemical for Reaction-Diffusion Type Dynamics -- IV Technology and Risk Assessment -- The Uncertainties of Risk Communication in Knowledge Societies -- A Dynamic Account of Rational Decision Making under Uncertainty: The Case of Risk Assessment in Hazardous Technological Systems -- Assessing the Risk of Transgenic Crops — The Role of Scientific Belief Systems -- Evaluation Methodology for Fate and Exposure Models -- Quantitative Risk Assessment Applied to Fragmental Rockfall Hazard on a Rock Slope -- V Socio-Economic Systems --  
505 0 |a Theoretical Considerations and Simulation Results -- Integration of Social and Ecological Processes in Quantitative Models for the Management of Water Systems -- Researching Alternative, Sustainable Agricultural Systems. A Modeling Approach by Examples from Denmark -- An Approach to Define Sustainable Development Indicators -- Modeling Sustainability — European and German Approaches -- Constructing Knowledge Landscapes Within the Framework of Geometrically Oriented Evolutionary Theories -- VI Psychological and Cognitive Systems -- Self-Organization of Cognitive and Interactional Processes -- Dynamics of Perceptual Representation --  
505 0 |a Concepts, Methods and Implications for Psychology -- Changing Environmental Attitudes and Behaviors in Populations: Simulation Studies Based on Socio-Psychological Theories -- Vision as Computation, or: Does a Computer Vision System Really Assign Meaning to Images? 
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653 |a Life Sciences, general 
653 |a Biomedicine general 
653 |a Social Sciences, general 
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700 1 |a Kriz, Jürgen  |e [editor] 
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520 |a At the start of the new millennium, mankind is challenged by a paradox: the greater the apparent knowledge becomes, the greater the uncertainty in understanding and predicting how the world works appears. This book presents the outline of a new basis of Systems Science and a methodology for its applications in complex environmental, economic, social, and technological systems 

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