Taran-Lala E. N.
ADAPTIVE-HOMEOSTATIC INDEXES OF NORMAL
Introduction: Any system has homeostatic nature, which allows to
describe properties of efficiency and regularity by a set of basic in-out
parameters and their adaptive-homeostatic indexes. However, determination of
adaptive-homeostatic indexes of the normal system functioning, explanation of
laws of maintenance of the systems and expedient and optimal self-government
and management have remained, so far, the issue of numerous discussions and
researches. Aims and Objectives: Establishing a scientific rationale for forming and
determining adaptive-homeostatic indexes of the normal system functioning,
explanation of laws of maintenance of the systems, expedient and optimal
self-government and management. Methods:
scientific abstraction, analysis and synthesis, induction and deduction,
social measuring. Results: Scientific
rationale for forming and determining adaptive-homeostatic indexes of systems
provides cognition of basic laws which are conducive to creation of new
expedient possibilities and limitation of unpredictability. Conclusions: The adaptive-homeostatic
indexes of the normal system functioning is a simultaneous realization of the
main and functional aims of the system by means of self-government and
management; the law of maintenance of the systems (law of life), and the law of
expedient and optimal self-government and management are the objective laws of
existence of systems.
Key words: organization, adaptation, regulation,
self-organization, self-adaptation, self-regulation, system, management,
self-management, integrity, efficiency, regularity.
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