General Systems Theory

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General Systems Theory
1 General Systems
1.1 It is coordinating a set of parts that interrelate to achieve objectives.
2 History of General Systems Theory
2.1 The idea of the General Systems Theory It was developed and introduced by Mr. Karl Ludwig Von Bertanfanffy. with the progress of the I interested in systems, was implemented a system that works in all fields. The theory was further developed by Ross Ashby in 1955
2.1.1 KARL LUDWIG VON BERTANLANFFY biography. Ausríaco biologist and philosopher, primarily known for his theory of systems. Born on September 19, 1901 He died on June 12, 1972 Study at the University of Vienna
2.1.2 William Ross Ashby biography. English physician and neurologist who contributed decisively to the consolidation of cybernetics m oderna and created the first homeostat. Born on September 6, 1903 died on November 15, 1972 Study at the University of cambridge
3 It is a method that allows unite and organize knowledge with the intention of a result effectively.
4 The same concepts and principles of organizations underlie different disciplines (sociology biology, business, technology, etc.) providing a basis for their unification
4.1 System concepts include • System-environment boundary • Input • Output • Process • State • Hierarchy • Goal Directedness • Information
5 How is GST Relevant to Us?
5.1 As mentioned before the General Systems Theory encompasses all disciplines that utilize systems
5.2 As time and technology has evolved, there has been great emphasis on information systems
5.3 Many organizations such as IBM and Texas instruments rely on this theory to help their business run efficiently
6 Information System
6.1 System consisting of the network of all communication channels used within an organization
6.1.1 Network Security System
6.1.1.1 The objective is the protection of information against different risk events to which it is subjected, without interfering with the work user
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