Welcome to Systems — A New Interdisciplinary Open Access Journal for Systems Science and Engineering
ExcerptNatural and human-made systems abound around us. Our solar system, the human body, the food chain, and ecosystems are some examples of natural systems. Some human-made systems are transportation systems, weapon systems, computer systems, software systems, satellite communications systems, ships, missile defense systems, health care systems, the internet, financial systems, and regional economies. Understanding of natural systems is essential to the survival of the human species, which is intertwined with the survival of other species on earth. Having the knowledge and ability to build human-made systems is critical to the employment of systems that effectively serve the needs of their users. To gain such understanding and to acquire such knowledge and ability, it is necessary that cutting-edge research in systems science, systems engineering, and systems-related fields continue. This open access journal aims to achieve quick and global dissemination of results of such research. [...] View Full-Text
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Huynh, T. Welcome to Systems — A New Interdisciplinary Open Access Journal for Systems Science and Engineering. Systems 2013, 1, 1-2.
Huynh T. Welcome to Systems — A New Interdisciplinary Open Access Journal for Systems Science and Engineering. Systems. 2013; 1(1):1-2.Chicago/Turabian Style
Huynh, Thomas. 2013. "Welcome to Systems — A New Interdisciplinary Open Access Journal for Systems Science and Engineering." Systems 1, no. 1: 1-2.