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AMBIGUITY OF CLASSIFICATION OF CONTROL SYSTEMS IN MODERN MANAGEMENT



I.L. Kornilova
O.A. Dudyreva
economics_faculty@technolog.edu.ru
f7@lti-gti.ru
senior lecturer at the Department of Finance and Statistics of St. Petersburg State Technological Institute (Technical University), PhD in Economics, associate professor
senior lecturer at the Department of Management and Marketing of St. Petersburg State Technological Institute (Technical University), PhD in Economics, associate professor
St. Petersburg
St. Petersburg
We consider peculiar features of systems classification in accordance with various characteristics when researching control systems. The following classification characteristics have been chosen: the length of existence, the degree of predictability, duration, interaction with the environment, reaction to perturbation action and the origins of systems.

Keywords:

  • classification of systems
  • control systems
  • control systems research
  • The relevance of the topic in question is connected with need to use the system approach in various scientific areas including management. We consider such classification characteristics of management systems as the length of existence, the degree of predictability, duration, interaction with the environment, reaction to perturbation actions and the origins of systems. Theoretically and methodologically the research is based on scientific literature connected with the research of control systems and general theory of systems. Having studied the problem we can make a conclusion that when classifying systems according to the above mentioned characteristics we should take into consideration goals and tasks of the research as well as the individual approach of the researcher. We distinguish difficulties and features of such classification in different situations.

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