Complex Systems Are Not Black Boxes but Solvable Systematical Problems; Proven by Simulation and New Conception

Author(s): Deok-Soo Cha

ABSTRACT
This paper presents an innovative solution regarding complex systems to scientists, and prepares a novel system simulator for complex systems. A complex system in nature is not a black box but a solvable systematic problem. The solution is not derived from conventional physics based on reductionism, but rather from engineering sciences such as the feedback systems analysis method and engineering principles. Furthermore, this paper presents the conception of the solution to scientists for solving the problem. Moreover, nobody can doubt this research based on simulator. Complex systems are not mysterious science and not black box.

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Journal: Journal of Modern Physics
DOI: 10.4236/jmp.2016.712140

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Paper Id: 70204 (metadata)

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