complexus


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complexus

(kəmˈplɛksəs)
n
a complicated whole made up of interconnected or related parts
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It took one year to raise $550,000 for sculptor John Henry's Complexus, a highlight of the 2011-2012 Season of Sculpture.
Demazeau (2006) Elements about the emergence issue: A survey of emergence definitions, BIO INSPIRED METHODS, ComPlexUs, pp.
in a way that does not consist in any complexus of dyadic
Entretanto, mesmo morta, Cintia e capaz de suscitar elegia: Haec postquam querula mecum sub lite peregit,/ inter complexus excidit umbra meos --Depois que me findou os queixumes sob lide/ a sombra evaporou em meus abracos (32).
La meta es obtener una mayor comprension de realidades y objetos de estudio basados en un complexus y continuum, esto es, no susceptibles de la fragmentacion y escision propia de lo posmoderno, mas tampoco sujetos al positivismo, su univocidad e hiperbolizacion del objeto.
Complexity originated from the Latin word "complexus" which means entwined or twisted together.
The word "complexity" comes from the Latin complexus, meaning entwined or embraced.

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