Activity System

The Activity system is the part of human anatomy responsible for movement with muscles and the human skeleton (structural support and protection with bones, cartilage, ligaments, and tendons).

The term activity system is also used as a shorthand for human activity system. This is a term used within Peter Checkland's Soft Systems Methodology to refer to a logical collection of activities designed to fulfill some purpose.

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