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Type: Conference paper
Title: Recognising further concepts from complex systems research in SoSE
Author: Ireland, V.
Ooi-Sanches, Y.
Citation: Proceedings of 2013 8th International Conference on System of Systems Engineering, SoSE in Cloud Computing and Emerging Information Technology Applications: pp.93-98
Publisher: IEEE
Publisher Place: USA
Issue Date: 2013
ISBN: 9781467355964
Conference Name: International Conference on System of Systems Engineering (8th : 2013 : Maui, Hawaii)
Organisation: Entrepreneurship, Commercialisation & Innovation Centre (ECIC)
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Vernon Ireland, Yasmin-Ooi-Sanches
Abstract: System of systems (SoS) and System of Systems Engineering (SOSE) are made up of independent autonomous system. SoS has used a number of concepts from complexity theory, such as inclusion of autonomous and independent systems and emergence. However, there are a number of other concepts that have not been so readily used in SoSE which have been clearly enunciated in complex systems research papers. These include self organization, complexity leadership, stability levels and notions of being on the edge of chaos, phase history and initial conditions, co-evolution, hierarchy versus networked, and redundant resources. These concepts are examined and some implications for use in SoSE proposed. Although it is considered desirable to include these in SoSE architecture, it is concluded that SoSE architecture is not adequately developed so inclusion in processes to be used in SoSE architecture is the best approach.
Keywords: System of systems engineering; architecture; self organization; complexity leadership; stability levels; on the edge of chaos; phase history; initial conditions; coevolution; hierarchy versus networked; redundant resources.
Rights: Copyright status unknown
RMID: 0020134839
DOI: 10.1109/SYSoSE.2013.6575249
Appears in Collections:Entrepreneurship, Commercialisation, and Innovation Centre publications

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