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This concept is derived from synergetics
, which was first introduced by Haken  in 1971.
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Following a honeymoon in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, the couple is at home in Columbus where the bride is a sales account manager for Synergetics
DCS, Inc., and the groom is the shipping supervisor at Severstal Columbus.
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This served as the source for the most part of the Finnish material contained in the 12-language international database "Language Synergetics
" maintained at the University of Trier, Germany.
or dynamic system approaches, stochastic resonance, as well as natural and artificial neural networks) eventually contributed to a reconsideration of variability.
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Fuller's theory of synergetics
, he then goes on to suggest that "if enough people try to connect their 'micro-utopias' together it may be possible to achieve a global 'synergy of synergies'" (13).