Physics of Open Systems: Generation of System Knowledge
Boris F. Fomin, Tamara L. Kachanova
Information technologies of Physics of Open Systems (POS) automatically generate reliable, theoretical, system knowledge using the data which are collected by the empirical science.
Descriptive technologies begin the production cycle of system knowledge. They create an empirical base of generating system knowledge. Application of these technologies needs participation of subject matter expert. Projective technologies finish the cycle. Their task is to transfer system knowledge to the application area. Specialists of subject area work with projective technologies. Technologies of analytical kernel and constructive component of POS generate system knowledge directly.
Technologies of analytical kernel generate knowledge on the level of system ontology. This knowledge is about organization of the space of senses of the system, semantic organization and semantic activity of the system, semantic forms of all qualitative determinacies of the system whole, completeness, significance, reliability, and applicability of the obtained theoretical knowledge.
Constructive technologies generate knowledge on the level of subject ontology. This system knowledge forms solution resources of the system problems: cognitive schematic descriptions of local and global states of the system; cognitive schematic descriptions of intrasystem mechanisms; and analytical descriptions of dependencies disclosing relations in the inner world of the system.