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Holon

(hōlôn`), city (1994 pop. 163,700), W central Israel. Manufactures include textiles, metal and leather goods, processed foods, furniture, glassware, plastics, and construction materials. Holon was founded in 1940 with the merger of several residential neighborhoods.

Holon

 

a city in Israel, a southern suburb of Tel Aviv. Population, 114,000 (1975). Holon produces textiles, leather goods, and metal goods. The city has a cottage industry that produces silver articles.

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Dito de outro modo, a multiplicacao a esquerda do ideal pelo operador [q.sup.1.sub.0] tem o efeito de estender um holon a partir do holon atual (e local) [x.sub.j] no sentido negativo (34) de x, ao passo que a multiplicacao do ideal a esquerda pelo operador [q.sup.a.sub.0] faz estender a holons de distancia a partir holon atual no sentido negativo de x.
(7) Here we can introduce another important dimension of Wilber's model: his theory of "holons," a term borrowed from Arthur Koestler to describe the way that every whole is always already a part of some larger whole.
the structural aspects and quadrants in holons); it showed how these constructs connect and form a whole entity (i.e.
Based on the term 'holon' (an entity which is a "whole" and a "part" at the same time) the model is inspired from living organisms and social organizations, and is still one of the most promising models in modem manufacturing.
This role is played by holons belonging to more than one Holon.
For example, in the objective, observable-from-the-outside domain, a person's body is a holon comprising the holons of atoms, molecules, cells, and organs.
Especially true for the holonic organisation, in which independent holons will be making interdependent decisions independently (Sprague, 1993).
Three of them stand out in this reporter's mind: (a) the "holon" as the fundamental unit of analysis, (b) the four forms of validity claims, and (c) the nature and direction of socio-economic evolution.
Holonic biological organisms are organized in a multilayer structure where each level consists of subsystems, holons or nodes.
Information technology is the key to the holonic network since like an organic creature information must reach a wide range of holons and individuals or entities within the holon.
When it comes to the role of hierarchy in holons, Wilber (1996, pp.