I would also suggest:
Hybertson, Duane. 2009. Model-Oriented Systems Engineering Science: A Unifying Framework for Traditional and Complex Systems. Boca Raton, FL: Auerbach Publications.
[I am a co-author of Ch. 8 Conceptualization].
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Subject: [ontology-summit] Recommended Readings
In the telecon today, Rosario mentioned that it would be useful to compile a list of recommended readings for each track.
In terms of complex socio-technical systems, I would suggest the following.
 provides a high level overview of socio-technical systems.
 and  examine complex socio-technical systems from the perspective of cognitive systems engineering and offer a methodology by which to analyze and model a complex socio-technical system.
 and , I would like feedback from those more familiar with System of systems literature. Are these good places to start?
 was a recommendation from Ernie Lucier that he posted in the session chat.
 Günter Ropohl, Philosophy of socio-technical systems, in: Society for Philosophy and Technology, Spring 1999, Volume 4, Number 3,1999.
 Rasmussen, J., A. M. Pejtersen, et al. (1994). Cognitive systems engineering. New York, Wiley.
 Vicente, K. J. (1999). Cognitive work analysis : toward safe, productive, and healthy computer-based work. Mahwah, N.J., Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
 Jamshidi, Mo (2008). "System of Systems Engineering - New Challenges for the 21' Century." IEEE A&E SYSTEMS MAGAZINE, MAY 2008
 Keating, Charles; Rogers, Ralph; Unal, Resit; Dryer, David; et al. (2003). "System of Systems Engineering" Engineering Management Journal; Sep 2003; 15, 3; ABI/INFORM Global