The aim of this book is to show how to convert the systemic view into systems science by following the method of conventional science so as to model aspects of the immense variety and diversity of objects (natural, technical, living, human and their conceivable combinations) and their activities.
After coming to the UK in 1956, following the Hungarian uprising, Janos Korn obtained BSc (Eng) M.Phil and Ph.D degrees. He has worked in industry and teaching. His research concerns the development of: a multidisciplinary network theory of engineering systems, a comprehensive approach to design, and development of a systems theory inclusive of human activity scenarios. He has 125 publications to date.