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Complexity is the label we will give to the existence of many interdependent variables in a given system. The links between the variables oblige us to attend to a great many features simultaneously, and that, concomitantly, makes it impossible for us to undertake only one action in a complex system.

A system of variables is "interrelated" if an action that affects or meant to affect one part of the system will also affect other parts of it. Interrelatedness guarantees that an action aimed at one variable will have side effects and long-term repercussions.

A large number of variables will make it easy to overlook them. We might think of complexity could be regarded as an objective attribute of systems. We might even think we could assign a numerical value to it, making it, for instance, the product of the number of features times the number of interrelationships.

If a system had ten variables and five links between them, then its "complexity quotient", measured in this way would be fifty. If there are no links, its complexity quotient would be zero. Such attempts to measure the complexity of a system have in fact been made.

Complexity is not an objective factor but a subjective one. Supersignals reduce complexity, collapsing a number of features into one. Consequently, complexity must be understood in terms of a specific individual and his or her supply of supersignals.

Therefore there can be no objective measure of complexity.

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Yogrel He analyzes the psychology of complex systems and speculates on the motivation for the behavior of the participants. Great book that got me to thinking aboput taking whole or systems thinking when it comes to complex problem solving. We might even think we could assign a numerical value to failkre, making it, for instance, the product of the number of features times the number of interrelationships. Probably our main shortcoming is that we like to oversimplify problems. Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers.

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Complexity is the label we will give to the existence of many interdependent variables in a given system. The links between the variables oblige us to attend to a great many features simultaneously, and that, concomitantly, makes it impossible for us to undertake only one action in a complex system. A system of variables is "interrelated" if an action that affects or meant to affect one part of the system will also affect other parts of it. Interrelatedness guarantees that an action aimed at one variable will have side effects and long-term repercussions. A large number of variables will make it easy to overlook them. We might think of complexity could be regarded as an objective attribute of systems.

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