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Collapse and Construction of System—Starting from the Disappearance of Smart Phones

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DOI: 10.4236/cus.2017.52008    741 Downloads   1,040 Views
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The intention of this study is to point out that the collapse of a system starts with external force (or unexpected force) instead of time. Therefore, the construction of system relies on external force as well. First, this study starts with a brief introduction to the relationship between a system and the structuration theory with structured agents as external force for explanation; second, the correlation between system and external force is established based on laws of thermal dynamics and the structuration theory; and third, the previous theory of us applied to cases like disasters occurring in Kaohsiung, urban planning, traffic configuration and smart phones, and the external forces existing in a system, possible applications and the issue of difference between social and theoretical systems, hoping that this may provide a building block for quantified data and strategy proposal in the future.

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Lin-Liao, C. (2017) Collapse and Construction of System—Starting from the Disappearance of Smart Phones. Current Urban Studies, 5, 121-145. doi: 10.4236/cus.2017.52008.

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