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Selected external links *Collected papershttp:ackoffcenter.blogs.com/ackoff_center_weblog/systems_articles/index.html * Emergence Complexity & Organization International Journal :W.Ross Ashby’s original paper: Principles of Self Organization: http://emergence.org/ECO_site/ECO_Archive/Issue_6_1-2/Ashby.pdf *Emergence, Complexity & Organization Journal :Boulding’s original 1956 paper on the skeleton of science.http://emergence.org/ECO_site/ECO_Archive/Issue_6_1-2/Boulding.pdf * Institute for Systems Biology :Contains an introduction to, and in-depth discussion of systems biology. a specific discipline working with systemic principles. http://www.systemsbiology.org/ * Ackoff Collaboratory. :Formed to facilitate trans-disciplinary interactions amongst colleagues across scientific fieldshttp:acasa.upenn.edu/

* Systems Practice. http://open2.net/systemsBBC/OU

* International Society for Systems Science Primer Project. http://isss.org/projects/primer A compilation of papers and essays presenting general principles of systems.

* Italian Systems Society. :Described as a component of the systemic cultural movement.http://www.airs.it/AIRS/indexEN.htm

* Principia Cybernetica. :A online respository of cybernetic and system principleshttp:pespmc1.vub.ac.be/ * Resilience Alliance. A research group exploring the dynamics of complex adaptaive systems. http://www.resalliance.org/1/php * Systems Dynamics Society. Exploring the dynamics of complex feedback systems http://www.systemdynamics.org/ * The Cybernetics Society. In the UK; a national society promoting pure and applied cybernetics. http://www.cybsoc.org/index.htm * UKSS. Purpose described as the development and promotion of systems philosophy, theory, methodologies useful for organizations and society.http://www.ukss.org.uk/ * International Institute for General Systems Studies (IIGSS) Promotes research and education in systemic thinking http://www.iigss.net/ * IIGSS poster - Some Streams of Systemic Thought (in diagramatic form.) http://www.iigss.net/gPICT.jpg * University of Twente Systems Theoryhttp:www.tcw.utwente.nl/theorieenoverzicht/Theory%20clusters/Communication%20Processes/System_Theory.doc/

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