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Principles of the self-organizing system
. Emergence: Complexity and Organization, 6(1/2),102-126.
Supply chain MAS is a self-organizing system
, and its resilience generates from the microlevel and is revealed in macrolevel.
Reconfiguration in self-organizing systems
. In Proc.
It is purpose that the self-organizing system
tries to keep intact as the whole of career reorganizes to respond to the discontinuities of developmental tasks, occupational transitions, and personal traumas.
Self-determined reaction to perturbation: A self-organizing system
reacts when a perturbation occurs, but it needs metrics for detecting and evaluating the perturbation.
A potential benefit of a self-organizing system
might be that it does not imply preconceptions about how people learn.
I recently learned that Enrico Fermi had originated the concept of self-organizing systems
and that he had used a particular computer, MANIAC, to carry out his calculations.
"Complex, life-like behavior is the result of simple rules, unfolding from the bottom up." That is to say, the order in a complex, adaptive, self-organizing system
arises from the interaction of the basic elements: fish, birds, ants, or, in this case, small units and individual soldiers.
As depicted by Figure 2, the shared access context of managing resources can best be described as a self-organizing system
, with friendship, interdependence, and trust as its key ingredients.
What better way to explore complexity in communication than to use an inherently complex and self-organizing system
, an electronic online forum.
theory posits that open systems use disorder to create possibilities for growth.