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https://doi.org/10.17721/2523-4064.2018/3-5/12 

 

UDC 339.130.1.350

Y. Prykhodko, сandidate of pedagogical sciences, associate professor, main researcher

Center for military-strategic research of the National Defense University of Ukraine named after Ivan Chernyakhovskyi, Kyiv, Ukraine

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THE BASIS THEORIES OF SYSTEMS' TRANSFORMATION

 

The purpose of the article is to justify the theoretical basis and methodological foundations of the systems' transformation in the context of the influence of external and internal factors. The author substantiates the regularities and principles of system' transformation, determines the external and internal factors of this process, reveals their objectivity and subjectivity; the general law of transformation of systems is defined and formulated; An approach to mathematical modeling of systems is proposed on the basis of complex consideration and application of external and internal factors. The general law of systems transformation is definite for the first time. The law objectively takes into account all existing theories and concepts concerning transformation, self-organization and modernization of systems. The obtained research results allow at the present stage of development of science to create a universal approach and the corresponding equipment for modeling, analysis and evaluation of the degree of transformation of systems of any origin.

Key words: system, theory of self-organization, transformation, thermodynamics evolution, interaction, external factors, internal factors, model. 

 

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Corresponding author: Y. Prykhodko

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