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Learning to Recognize Types of Systems

Systems occur in a number of forms and vary in composition, hierarchical structure, and behavior. Consider the next high-level examples.
  • Economic systems

  • Educational systems

  • Financial systems

  • Environmental systems

  • Medical systems

  • Corporate systems

  • Insurance systems

  • Religious systems

  • Social systems

  • Psychological systems

  • Cultural systems

  • Food distribution systems

  • Transportation systems

  • Communications systems

  • Entertainment systems

  • Government systems
    Legislative systems, Judicial systems, Revenue systems, Taxation systems, Licensing systems, Military systems, Welfare systems, Public safety systems, Parks and recreation systems, Environmental systems

If we analyze these systems, we find that they produce combinations of products, by-products, or services. Further analysis reveals most of these fall into one or more classes such as individual versus organizational; formal versus informal; ground-based, sea-based, air-based, space-based, or hybrid; human-in-the-loop (HITL) systems, open loop versus closed loop; and fixed, mobile, and transportable systems.

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