Saturday, May 30, 2009

Hidden costs of life cycle approach and monitoring biological systems

Owners of none biological systems do not invest time and capital to evaluate system requirements prior to system construction because of low holistic view in system behavior, a vague outcome of innovation parameters, and restrictive filling pattern predict performances; however, investment focuses on monitoring system performances in long-term following implementation guidelines and process criteria.
This policy demands life cycle approach in system development and it sometimes costs more than expense tracking on allowance-case study because system break downs have a lot of hidden costs and illusion of control in almost all treatments.
Observation 1:
There is also tendency to monitor for Human System activities in internal system environments and concerning system break downs. Owner of none biological system do not invest to study activities for requirements of internal Human System because of cost awareness, instead of that owner invest to monitor Human System behavior in case of future possible break downs or negligence cross system platform. This approach is going to generate huge complexity in none biological system.
Observation 2:
A perfect none biological system produces appropriate environment, optimal balance, and freedom for internal Human Systems.
Human Systems do not experience decoy activities and control in system framework.
None biological systems suppose to contribute a help mode and build collaboration parameters among Human Systems prior to failure and collapse global variables in biological systems.
Synergistic system allocates transparency, cooperation, and balances among entities Due to low failure and break down in Human System performances
Observation 3:
Synergistic system does not apply Rambo Strategy for elimination of Human Systems in case of failure mode, issue of restoration mechanism structure and system optimization.

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