Systemics System is a wiki site, where I (Nagai Toshiya) systematize my theory of systems. As this site accepts no comments from readers, visit Systemics Forum to give me some feedback. Because this site does not feed RSS of its contents, use Systemics Blog to read the latest article with RSS aggregator.
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2 : Other Systemics Websites
|Systemics Archive||The archive site for my articles written before 2010. Most of them were written in Japanese, but some in English.|
|Systemics Blog||The blog site to publish the latest article of Systemics System. Comments on individual articles are accepted. Subscribe.|
|Systemics Forum||The BBS site to discuss various topics of systemics. If you want to comment on the article of this site, make use of it. Subscribe.|
|Systemics Wiki||A future project for making Systemics System a multi-linguistic wiki site that anyone can edit like Wikipedia.|
If you have a question, bug report, suggestion, feature request, or anything else about this site, feel free to post your message here.
3 : How to follow me
You can be notified of new contents by means of SNS or feed reader.
3.1 : SNS
If you have accounts of the following SNS, you can use them to follow me: Twitter > Google+ > Facebook in the order of high delivery frequency.
- Twitter - Posts of Systemics Form + articles and comments of Systemics Blog in English.
- Google+ - Manually selected articles with summary both in Japanese and English.
- Facebook - Articles of Systemics Blog both in Japanese and English.
3.2 : Feed Reader
If you use feed readers, you can use the following syndication feeds.
4 : About the name of this site
Systemics System is the website where I compile my system of sysmtics. As for its content, refer to the articles in this site. Here I explain why I chose this name for this site. The term "systemics" is less popular than its synonym "systems theory". This is because Ludwig von Bertalanffy, the major founder of systems research, published an influential book titled General System Theory in 1968. Bertalanffy was concerned the ever-increasing specialization of science prevented scientists from mutual communication and asked for a theory of universal principles applying to systems in general... >> Read More.