The word *system* is ubiquitous in design and analysis parlance. Basically, a *system* is the *space* under consideration. Everything outside the considered *space* is called its *surrounding*. Almost always, the *space* is occupied by *matter*. A *system* may be as simple as an atomic space or as immense as the entire Universe. The definition of a perimeter inorder to establish the *space* to be considered is a *containership problem* and any problems of interest in the *space* being considered are definitely *Pj problems*.

The number of systems that can be defined is infinite: atomic systems, molecular systems, ecosystems, respiratory system, digestive system, cardiovascular system, health systems, political systems, economic systems, social systems, etc. Fortunately, the grouping of systems is finite. Any *system* with respect to the definition of its *containership*, explicitly belong to one of the following 7 *space groups*:

*empty space*

*single-matter static space*

*single-matter dynamic space*

*multi-matter static space*

*multi-matter dynamic space*

*multi-matter multi-static spaces*

*multi-matter multi-dynamic spaces*

And the problems of interest in it are Pj Problems

*Systems* designs and analyses are in essence S_{i}P_{j}A_{jk} designs and analyses (where S_{i} is the ith space under consideration, P_{j} is the jth problem of interest and _{Asub>jk} the jth problem's allele).

The *system* parlance is opaque in the sense that it does not enunciate the basic concepts of a *system*. The PjProblemString,S_{i}P_{j}A_{jk} does immediately reveal the focus of interest in a system and the contituents of the string are very familiar to the average thinker.

## For Knowledge Sake, One Code (S_{i}P_{j}A_{jk}) For All Knowledge
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