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What is a system? Boundaries and Biases

Updated Wednesday, 18th May 2005
What do we actually mean by a system? A group of objects with their own boundaries and biases.

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"When we describe a system, what we're really saying is that all the activities have a pattern too. They belong together, they've got something in common."


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