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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Purchase of equipment necessary for the implementation of project GINOP-2.3.3-15-2016-00010 - Development of structural testing infrastructure for self-organizing systems: from atomic level to submicrometer scale - IFR subject
Smart cities are typified by elaborate self-organizing systems, and their sustainable and blooming advancement may necessitate pursuing their growing models.
Complicated, self-organizing systems (like modern capitalism) rely on feedback, but we have de-emphasized all non-financial feedback in corporate law by operating under shareholder primacy: the assumption that corporations operate primarily for the benefit of shareholders.
AI encompasses a broad field of computational intelligence disciplines including data mining, machine learning, statistical learning, self-organizing systems, evolutionary learning, and expert systems.
The flow in biological and social self-organizing systems, such as the flow of events in metabolic cycles, which are chemical reactions, or social transactions, is often much more accessible than action and action efficiency, which are the more fundamental quantities.
It will feature topics such as artificial intelligence, learning algorithms, data mining, visual analytics, Big Data, multilingual knowledge discovery, signal processing, information retrieval, and self-organizing systems.
Zohar, a management specialist and author who studied physics and philosophy, draws on quantum physics to offer a model of business leadership and management that emphasizes the creative potential of uncertainty, working with and thriving on uncertainty and instability, and a quantum worldview of a universe that is constantly evolving and consists of holistic, interconnected self-organizing systems that explore the future by trial and error, and in which meaning, purpose, and motivation replace mechanistic laws as the organizing principles of lives and organizations.
Self-organizing systems are recognized as such for their ability to produce a global pattern from the interactions of their components (Gershenson, 2007).
He has researched the generation, characterization, and modification of novel materials for adhesion mitigation involving surface engineering and self-organizing systems.
Self-organizing systems are understood as systems that operate autonomously, and co-evolve between themselves through transitions between disorder and order: they have been studied from different schools of thought which include the sciences of complexity, complex adaptive systems (CAS) and cybernetics.
Mitra's interests include Children's Education, Remote Presence, Self-organizing systems, Cognitive Systems, Physics and Consciousness.
Facet 1 consists of conceptual models of causal logic: the categorical (something is a cause or it is not), the probabilistic (causes that predispose a possible outcome), and the emergent (as found in self-organizing systems).

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