Systems theory provides the necessary theoretical and methodological basis for research, study, create (design and conduct ) and use ( exploitation / implementation ) of complex systems ( such as organizational systems , information systems , manufacturing systems , technical systems , ... ) In addition to the necessary theoretical knowledge and methodological skills this course should develop capabilities : integrated thinking as a synthesis of partial and global , solving complex problems , systematic approach , the modern intellectual communication , creativity (creation ) through individual and group (team methods) .
Theoretical and practical study:
Division of the system ( their origin , according to the manner of existence , according to the character of relations between elements of the system , according to the number of connections to the environment , according to complexity ) systems with accumulated ( concentrated ) parameters ; systems with distributed parameters , dynamics systems , signal systems ; mathematical basis for the analysis of systems; function test and system responsiveness , the laws of physics to represent the mathematical model of the system ( electrical systems , mechanical systems , thermodynamic systems , pneumatic systems , hydraulic systems ) ; analogy systems , temporal characteristics of the system, frequency characteristics of the system; stability of the system; discrete systems ; gradation level of scientific knowledge , methods and systems research, Modeling system
Study program: Industrial engineering, Information Technology
Ph.D Vladimir Šinik, assistant professor
1. Adamovi Živoslav, System theory Faculty "M. Pupin" in 2005
2. Adamovi Živoslav, Problems in the theory of technical college "M. Pupin" in 2004