SYSTEM SPACE 1)2)
"… the domain that the system occupies as defined by its boundaries" (B. BANATHY, 1973, p.89).
It should possibly be advisable to speak about the system space-time, in order to convey better the idea that the system is by necessity a dynamic entity. Furthermore, through time, the system space may well expand or contract.
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