The paper presents modelling techniques for various situations in management decision problems, when a problem is considered as a cybernetic system. The following aspects of modelling have been discussed: (i) identification of isomorphic systems (particularly restricted isomorphic systems), (ii) cybernetic stochastic systems with applications in queueing and storage problems, (iii) forecasting problems, (iv) marketing problems, and (v) problems in planning and economic dynamics. Some examples are given.
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