*sin-ek'tiks, n. the study of processes leading to invention, with the end aim of solving practical problems, esp. by a synectics group, a miscellaneous group of people of imagination and ability but varied interests. [Chambers Twentieth Century Dictionary]

Systems-theoretic Design


Examples of Published Work


System Function Implementation and Behavioral Modeling (pdf)

The Design Optimisation of Complex Systems (pdf)

An Overview of Applied Systems-theoretic Method (pdf)


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