SOCIO-TECHNICAL SYSTEMS (STS) AS A NEW PARADIGM OF COMPUTERIZATION
The paper considers the problems of the formation of modern global society and their impact on the development of computerization paradigms. At present, a new paradigm is emerging - socio-technical systems (STS) as the development of the paradigm of intelligent systems. The author has proposed a new definition of STS through the classical definition of the concept of the architecture of a socio-technical system, including an 8-link formula from all the main types of resource support for computer systems: a set of hardware (HRS), mathematical (MRS) and software (SRS) resource support, information (IRS) and linguistic (LRS), metrological (MetRS) and documentary (DRS) support and organizational support (ORS) or human resource of STS. In work the structure of resource support for computerization paradigms is given. The transition to STS is associated with the need to solve a number of pressing problems of society in the context of global informatization.