The transactions' monitoring complexity was due to how uncertainties were related to the complicatedness
of monitoring transactions.
In RSA, this irregularity is based on the sensible complicatedness
of factoring the product of two huge prime numbers, the factoring problem.
and] much of environmental and natural resources law remain based in paradigms of complicatedness
, predictability, and stationarity.
The real curse is not complexity so much as "complicatedness
, " by which we mean the proliferation of cumbersome organizational mechanisms--structures, procedures, rules, and roles--that companies put in place in an effort to deal with the mounting complexity of modern business (see the sidebar "The Complicatedness
Assuming that Go and Shogi games are complicated enough, many jobs in our economy equivalent to those games in terms of their complicatedness
would be to a large extent replaced by AI.
Horsman (1999) also reveals the complicatedness
of the concept of safety, describing the impact of classroom disclosures about violent experiences.
In addition, as user terminals become popular and diversified, the home wireless networks (HWN) develop toward the direction of heterogeneousness and complicatedness
, bringing a big challenge to the traditional streaming media service.
The problem that businesses face is not that their environment is complex, but rather that the way they respond leads to complicatedness
says the authors of a new management book.
All this complicatedness
leads to the further mistrust.
The inherent complicatedness
of the ghost world that resists essentialization is furthermore linked to a collective (the couple, the mothers) as representative of this realm rather than to the individual pater familias or sovereign.
and complexity: a new science behind organizational intervention.
However, it is lacking a central principle and clear cut organization, and complicatedness
, discrepancy, obscurity and diverse features are its inseparable features.