Erickson-Learning Journal 2-feb10

Erickson-Learning Journal 2-feb10 - A pril Erickson Systems...

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April Erickson Systems Theory & Design Methodology February 20, 2010 Learning Journal #2 This reading section had a lot of content and concepts to grasp. When starting this reading with the five principles: openness, purposefulness, multidimensionality, emergent property, and counterintuitiveness it reminded me of our discussion in class related to parenting. Being a parent, I often wonder if my control and limits I set for my daughter will somehow backfire and she will be more unpredictable instead of predictable. It is a hard concept to grasp as she is only 9 and my only child, so I hope only the best for her. Then, as we discussed multidimensionality and what resembles the game theory; however the thinking isn’t necessarily the same. I also thought this section illustrated a good point that we talked in economics that if I make $10 a week, I may eat one hamburger, if I make $20 a week, I may eat two hamburgers; however if I make $1,000 a week I won’t eat 100 hamburgers.
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