double-loop pattern

double-loop pattern

[¦dəb·əl ‚lüp ′pad·ərn]
(forensic science)
A whorl type of fingerprint pattern consisting of two separate loop formations and two deltas.
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He seeks to prove that (1) double-loop learning is more powerful than single-loop learning, which produces skilled incompetence, (2) double-loop learning can be taught to individuals, and (3) double-loop patterns can replace more limited and more defensive single-loop learning in entire organizations.