Big Policy Canvas Research Roadmap

[...] * In systems analysis, it is common to deal with the complexity of an entire system by considering it to consist of interrelated sub-systems. This leads naturally to consider models as consisting of sub-models. Such a (conceptual) model can be implemented as a computer model that consists of a number of connected component models (or modules). Component-oriented designs actually represent a natural choice for building scalable, robust, large-scale applications, and to maximize the ease of maintenance in a variety of domains.
Shefali Virkar
Complex systems theory is an interest theoretical approach in this respect. See, for example: Cilliers, P. (2002). Complexity and postmodernism: Understanding complex systems. Routledge.
Shefali Virkar, 30/09/2019 14:53