We can observe self-organization properties in various systems. However, modern networked dynamical sociotechnical systems have some features that allow for realizing the benefits of self-organization in a wide range of systems in economic and social areas. The review examines the general principles of self-organized systems, as well as the features of the implementation of self-organization in sociotechnical systems. We also delve into the production systems, in which the technical component is decisive, and social networks, in which the social component dominates; we analyze models used for modeling self-organizing networked dynamical systems. It is shown that discrete models prevail at the micro level. Furthermore, the review deals with the features of using continuous models for modeling at the macro level.
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- 1.01.PO МАТЕМАТИКА, МЕЖДИСЦИПЛИНАРНЫЕ ПРИМЕНЕНИЯ
- 1.07.RO МЕЖДИСЦИПЛИНАРНЫЕ НАУКИ