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Pattern Formation

A pattern is any set of correlations between the states of elements, pattern formation refers to internally generated patterns. Systems that have the ability to self-organize; to create order...

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Theory of Emergence

In this video we will be giving a very high-level overview to the concept of emergence and the different aspects to it that we will be covering in more detail in future modules in the course....

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Emergence

Emergence Emergence is a term used in philosophy, art, and science to describe how new properties and features are created as we put things together. Emergence describes a process whereby...

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Transformation

Systems Transformation A transformation is a change of a system from one state to another, this change may be in the component parts of the system, on the micro-level, or a macro-level...

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Edge of Chaos

Edge of Chaos The term edge of chaos is used to denote a transition space between order and disorder that is hypothesized to exist within a wide variety of systems. This transition zone between...

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Emergent Process

Emergent Process An emergent process is a process of change that involves non-linear, abrupt phase transitions as a system’s overall structure and function is transformed into a new regime...

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Micro-Macro Dynamics

Micro-Macro Dynamics The micro-macro dynamic describes a complex interaction between the micro and macro levels to a system. In every system there will be a degree of interdependence between the...

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Hierarchy & Heterarchy

Hierarchy & Heterarchy The terms hierarchy and heterarchy describe two distinct and basic organizational principles. A hierarchy is a structured arrangement of systems forming a perceived...

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Integrative Levels

Integrative Levels An integrative level is a pattern of organization emerging on pre-existing phenomena of a lower level. Typical examples include life emerging out of non-living substances, and...

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Autopoiesis

Autopoiesis The term autopoiesis derives from the word auto- meaning “self” and poiesis, meaning “creation or production”. The term is used to describe a system’s...

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Emergent Types

Strong & Weak Emergence Emergence describes how new higher level properties, patterns and functionality form as we put component parts and systems together. Emergence is a pervasive...

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Pattern Formation

Pattern Formation A pattern is any set of correlations between the states of elements within a system. Pattern formation refers to the process through which a coherent set of associations between...

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Patterns

Patterns A pattern defines some form of correlation between the states of elements within a system. All systems show some form of pattern, either in space between their parts, or over time within...

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Synergy Types

Positive & Negative Synergies A synergy is a nonlinear relationship between two or more elements whereby they generate a combined outcome that is more or less than the sum of their parts...

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Synergies

Synergies A synergy is an interaction or coordination between two or more elements or organizations to produce a combined effect greater – or less – than the sum of their separate...

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Edge Of Chaos Video

The phrase edge-of-chaos was first used to describe a transition phenomenon discovered by computer scientist Christopher Langton in the 90s. Langton found a small area conducive to producing...