self-organization


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Noun1.self-organization - organizing yourself (especially organizing your own labor union)
organization, organisation - the act of organizing a business or an activity related to a business; "he was brought in to supervise the organization of a new department"
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The Novosibirsk region has accumulated a great positive experience of self-organization of citizens.
The document states that the voluntary organizations of convicts in penal colonies are voluntary public formations of persons deprived of their freedoms by courts' sentences created in purpose of using elements of self-organization and self-management of convicts in the process of their correction.
They cover workers' self-organization beyond and against corporate unions and the state, non-corporate unionism and social movements, and renewed forms of struggle and workers' self-management.
But Mesias stressed that Philtranco 'respects the right of its employees to self-organization and we support such union activities.
Worshiping Power" is an innovative and partisan study of human social complexity cuts through in-adequate theories of early state formation to uncover social practices and institutions that have stifled egalitarian forms of self-organization throughout history.
The way the atmosphere behaves is not only influenced by large scales, but is also due to what we call self-organization," Haerter explains.
In simple terms, self-organization is when parts of a system become ordered without any outside influence, and it is seen across both living and non-living systems.
In this context, contemporary complexity theories that inspire managers with ideas about self-organization and neural network-like organizations are in demand, both in academic journals and in consultancy (e.
Twenty papers explore sustainable growth for cellular wireless networks, self-organization activities in LTE networks, mobility prediction in LTE femtocells for enhanced handover performance, algorithms for determining stable connected dominating sets in MANET, and clustering protocols.
This article glances through seven designs: self-management and self-organization, intrapreneurship, virtual ephemeral structures, the neuroscienced organization, the accultured organization, the transparent organization and the agora organization.
This essay proposes an ontological model in which a legal person/entity such as a polity possesses natural unity from group properties that emerge in the self-organization of the human population.
This self-organization is a remarkable emergent phenomenon, Saif said, and how the cells communicate with each other on the flexible polymer tail is yet to be fully understood.

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