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coevolution

[¦kō‚ev·ə′lü·shən]
(evolution)
An evolutionary pattern based on the interaction among major groups or organisms with an obvious ecological relationship; for example, plant and plant-eater, flower and pollinator.
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First, we propose that regulators primarily rely on a multistakeholder approach to addressing conflicts regarding how networks, content, and computing can coevolve.
On Thursday, August 14, 2014, iFactory was awarded Best in Class for excellence in the design, development and implementation of the Coevolve Website.
They claim that regime complexes and policy coherence coevolve as a result of interaction of actors and institutions across levels of governance (cross-level interplay).
P Engelbrecht, "Pso approaches to coevolve ipd strategies", Evolutionary Computation, 2004.
With such rapid developments it is imperative for the health care system and society to coevolve with the technology.
In an overall sense, it is this interaction of uncertainty and risk, as they coevolve, that pervades how the international business environment is viewed by entrepreneurs and managers.
Character, science and history coevolve marvelously here in a tale of fanaticism gone literally overboard.
Technology must coevolve with technique, along with the cultural expectations of patients and physicians.
Second, the contagion, the underlying interaction network (consisting of both human and technical elements), the public policies, and the individual behaviors coevolve.
The motivation and competence to build creative tension helps adaptive networks emerge and coevolve with power networks, improving governance capacity.
Henrich and Boyd (1998) used a numerical approach to show that the propensities for social learning and for conformity bias may coevolve.
We can all evolve, and now with added impetus perhaps we can also coevolve.