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com·plex·i·ty

(kom-pleks'i-tē),
The state of consisting of many interrelated parts.
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For--and this is our second point--images enter into the content of a belief through the fact that they are capable of meaning, and their meaning does not, as a rule, have as much complexity as they have: some of their characteristics are usually devoid of meaning.
It absorbs something of his intelligence and purpose--more of them in proportion to the complexity of the resulting machine and that of its work.
Phrases are often repeated in the ballads, just as in the talk of the common man, for the sake of emphasis, but there is neither complexity of plot or characterization nor attempt at decorative literary adornment--the story and the emotion which it calls forth are all in all.
is readying its business in the Philippines, as it sees the complexity level of the country's information technology (IT) getting higher.
Researchers in a wide range of fields examine classical information and complexity, quantum information and complexity, and complexity and information applications.
These executives are battling less with the complexity of their technology architectures than they are with the complexity of managing all that technology," Brad Smith, managing director of technology services for Cornerstone Advisors, said.
In today's dynamic business environment characterized by uncertainty and continuous change, there is a need for new approaches that can tackle the complexity of systems [1].
On March 11, 2014 ESSEC Business School launched the Edgar Morin Complexity Chair in the presence of the entire ESSEC community.
Philosophers and practitioners in the social and natural sciences examine complexity problems in different areas of scientific research.
Understanding and actively managing project complexity has the potential to identify better processes, staffing, and training practices, thereby reducing unnecessary costs, frustrations, and failures.
These closures can be seen as an attempt by these companies to reduce complexity within their operations.
Complexity Management has just released "Complexity Management: The Journey of A Thousand Miles Begins With One Step.