A system is an intricate whole, comprised of its relative parts and their mutual interaction. Open systems require interaction with


A system is an intricate whole, comprised of its relative parts and their mutual interaction. Open systems require interaction with one another. Economist Kenneth Boulding named five main classes of service systems, composed of subsystems, within a system hierarchy. They include parasitic systems, prey****************/


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