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B. Other

component elementary units are not related to one another in a strictly

hierarchical order, but in some more complicated way. The structure cannot be

represented by a ...

B. Other

**Types**of Order There are many**types**of organization in which thecomponent elementary units are not related to one another in a strictly

hierarchical order, but in some more complicated way. The structure cannot be

represented by a ...

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However, even without mathematics, by thinking in terms of attractor surfaces in

three dimensions, we can get some notions about the

be exhibited by systems in which there are many more than three variables ...

However, even without mathematics, by thinking in terms of attractor surfaces in

three dimensions, we can get some notions about the

**types**of stability which maybe exhibited by systems in which there are many more than three variables ...

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Again I have supposed there to be five main

in the university or research world; practitioners who will become professional

specialists in industry, etc.; executives who will eventually go on to industrial ...

Again I have supposed there to be five main

**types**: academics who are going onin the university or research world; practitioners who will become professional

specialists in industry, etc.; executives who will eventually go on to industrial ...

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