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Are there any systems engineers or systems scientists here?


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Robin Olsen (CreeViking) says

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    William H Taylor (wtaylorjr2001) 4 years ago

    Thank you for your answer. I wanted systems scientist and engineers, not computer scientists. Systems science studies systems, strategies, classifications, planning and so on. Usually it consists of many disciplines acting on a single project.

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    William H Taylor (wtaylorjr2001) 4 years ago

    Thank you for your answer, I have found one I believe. Hubpages is an excellent system for educating and engaging the populace at large, so I believe there should be systems scientists and engineers studying and exploiting it.


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    William H Taylor (wtaylorjr2001) 4 years ago

    I study systems science and I am interested in systems engineering. If you are familiar with George Klir's General Systems Problem Solver systems conceptual framework, I want to develop an intelligent meta system that creates value described in hubs

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