THE VIABILITY AS AN EMERGENT PROPERTY OF SELF-ORGANIZING SYSTEMS
The necessity of a man-machine system considering as a self-organizing one is shown. The most significant difficulty in such a system is the study of its emergent properties. The paper focuses on viability as an emergent property of the system. The concepts of hardiness, human factor, system resources, biosystem were considered. It allowed proposing the viability’s concept of a self-organizing system based on biomimetics principles. The roadmap of convergent research and analysis of the man-machine system’s viability is presented. The convergent approach to the self-organizing system’s viability is realised in the proposed roadmap.
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