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con·stel·la·tion

(kon'stel-ā'shŭn),
In psychiatry, all the factors that determine a particular action.
[L.L. constellatio, fr. cum, together, + stella, star]

constellation

(kŏn″stĕl-lā′shŭn) [L. con, together, + stella, star]
A group, set, or configuration of objects, individuals, or conditions.
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The constellational model offers a useful help to capture meaning relationships and place them in the right hierarchical level.
I sometimes advise people to continue the curve to Corvus, the constellational crow whose compact and geometrically neat pattern lies not far to Spica's southwest.