EGR 410 SS 09 lecture 2

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Unformatted text preview: Click to edit Master subtitle style 9/29/09 EGR 410 Systems Methodology Lecture 2 9/29/09 EGR 410 Systems Methodology In our complex world system, we are forced to cope with more problems than we have resources to handle. 9/29/09 22 9/29/09 EGR 410 Systems Methodology What we need is not a more complicated way of thinking but a framework that will enable us to think of complex problems in a simple way. 9/29/09 33 9/29/09 EGR 410 Systems Methodology Humans are not logical creatures. Most of the time we base our judgments on hazy impressions of reality and then use logic to defend our conclusions 9/29/09 44 9/29/09 EGR 410 Systems Methodology There are two fundamental approaches to solving problems 9/29/09 55 9/29/09 EGR 410 Systems Methodology The Deductive Approach The Systems Approach 9/29/09 66 9/29/09 EGR 410 Systems Methodology Basically, the deductive approach focuses on the parts of the problem or question....
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