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Burkov V. N. Control mechanisms in active systems

Published in journal "Trends and management", 2014-4 in rubric "Complex system administration", pages 428-440.

Resume: The article examines the major control mechanisms presented in the active systems theory. This involves open control mechanisms, or fair play (non-manipulative mechanisms) that stimulate providing true information, coordinated mechanisms that stimulate the implementations of plans and programs, cost-conscious mechanisms that ensure lower spending and prices even for monopolies, and other mechanisms (competition-based, multichannel, reversed priorities). The active systems theory emerged in 1969. An active system is a model of a person, a group, an organization that takes into account the presence of its own interest and the capacity for presenting untrue information (data manipulation), the capacity for not executing plans, programs and obligations. The methodology of this study includes the systemic, structural and functional approaches, the methods of induction, deduction, analysis, synthesis and modeling. The main goal of the active systems theory is to design efficient mechanisms for controlling and managing organization structures. Presently, over thirty of such control mechanisms were introduced (dubbed smart control mechanisms). The article presents the results of efficiency analysis of practical applications of said control mechanisms in economy: distribution of water, optimal coordinated planning in organizations, operator active advisors in black metallurgy, cost-conscious tax systems in scientific organizations. The author offers a brief survey of the current state of active systems theory and core publications.

Keywords: active system, control mechanism, non-manipulated mechanisms, coordinated mechanisms, costconscious mechanisms, competition-based mechanisms, reverse priorities mechanisms, multichannel mechanisms, operator adviser, organization system

DOI: 10.7256/2307-9118.2014.4.12757

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