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“ At its core, systems theory involves the
transdisciplinary examination of systems—from electronic to social to biological—
and how they respond to feedback from their environments in an attempt to steer
behavior and self-regulate in a world shaped by chaos. Its fundaments can be
exemplified by Isaacs’s Matrix: both grid and user are active agents in a system,
and after gauging feedback from the surrounding space, the matrix can be modified to cater to a specific purpose.”

Added 3 years ago by Lukas W
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