Operation Mechanism of the Driving Force System of Ecosystem of Cyber-society Based on the System Dynamics
Keywords:Ecosystem of Cyber-society, Driving Force System, Operation Mechanism, Life Cycle, System Dynamics
Operation of the driving force system of Ecosystem of Cyber-society needsÂ a scientific mechanism of intervention and regulation to solve the integration problemÂ of a variety of organizations and forces within the Ecosystem of Cyber-society, shortenÂ the process from uncoordination to coordination, promote the orderly operation of theÂ driving force system of Ecosystem of Cyber-society, make the system play a strongÂ force, in order to promote the formation and rapid development of Ecosystem ofÂ Cyber-society. We analyze the driving force system of Ecosystem of Cyber-societyÂ using the theory of System Dynamics and propose a theoretical framework, and thenÂ present its operation mechanism systematically.
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