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Despite being copyrighted three years after the respective version of the Wikipedia article including the same text, an extensive passage is present verbatim: "In human control systems, the relationship between objectives and associated characteristics is often vague; the measurement of the characteristic may be extremely subjective; the expected standard is difficult to define; and the amount of new inputs required is impossible to quantify. To illustrate, let us refer once more to a formalized social system".
In several places in this article the words "operating system" are being used. In one case (under "Implementor") there is a hyperlink to a Wikipedia article of the same name, but not of the same meaning, if I understand correctly. That seems confusing to me. Maybe we can change the words "operating system" to something like "active system" or "system in operation" or "system-in-action" throughout the page? If not can the hyperlink at least be removed? I am new to this, so please tell me if the above is misplaced. Marinus — Preceding unsigned comment added by 18.104.22.168 (talk) 11:02, 25 July 2014 (UTC)