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Systems (Mr. Wolverton)

Systems in science
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Tom Wolverton

on 7 March 2016

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Transcript of Systems (Mr. Wolverton)

Systems
Rock band!
Drums
Guitar
Bass guitar
Vocals
Music festival
Rock band
Country band
Audience
Seating
Vendors
Sound system
Weather
Marketing
Venue
subsystem of
Vancouver
subsystem of
subsystem of
Clark County
subsystem of
subsystem of
subsystem of
subsystem of
subsystem of
subsystem of
Washington State
United States
North America
Earth
Solar system
Milky way Galaxy
Universe
subsystem of???
Multi-verse???
System: An assemblage of interrelated parts or conditions through which matter, energy, and information flow.
Subsystem: The subset of interrelated parts within the larger system.
Input: The addition of matter, energy, or information to a system.
Output: Matter, energy, or information that flows out of a system.
Feedback: The process by which the output of a system is used to make changes in the operation of the system.

Negative feedback: reduces the disturbance to a system (brings to equilibrium)

Positive feedback: tends to increase the disturbance to a system. (away from equilibrium)
"Vicious cycle"
Greenhouse effect
Facebook
Early monster difficulty in video games
Back to equilibrium
Wii baseball
Sweating
Shivering
Drum activity
arrows = direction of flow
Laniakea Cluster
subsystem of
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