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 (sĭn′ər-jĕt′ĭk) also syn·er·gic (sĭ-nûr′jĭk)


a variant of synergistic
[C17: from Greek sunergētikos, from syn- + -ergētikos, from ergon work; see energy]


(ˌsɪn ərˈdʒɛt ɪk)

working together; cooperative.
[1675–85; < Greek synergētikós]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.synergetic - working together; used especially of groups, as subsidiaries of a corporation, cooperating for an enhanced effect; "a synergistic effect"
cooperative - done with or working with others for a common purpose or benefit; "a cooperative effort"


Working together toward a common end:
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(1977), "Synergetics--An Introduction," Springer Series of Synergetics 1.
This concept is derived from synergetics, which was first introduced by Haken [7] in 1971.
Amigo, Permutation complexity in dynamical systems, Springer Series in Synergetics, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 2010.
Haken, Advanced Synergetics: An Introduction, Springer, Berlin, Germany, 1987.
Synergetics For Aviation, Publishing House of Scientific and Technical Literature 'Monography', Ufa, Russia, 2007
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.
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.
synergetics 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).