complicatedness


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puzzling complexity

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The real curse is not complexity so much as "complicatedness, " by which we mean the proliferation of cumbersome organizational mechanisms--structures, procedures, rules, and roles--that companies put in place in an effort to deal with the mounting complexity of modern business (see the sidebar "The Complicatedness Trap").
Horsman (1999) also reveals the complicatedness of the concept of safety, describing the impact of classroom disclosures about violent experiences.
In addition, as user terminals become popular and diversified, the home wireless networks (HWN) develop toward the direction of heterogeneousness and complicatedness, bringing a big challenge to the traditional streaming media service.
The inherent complicatedness of the ghost world that resists essentialization is furthermore linked to a collective (the couple, the mothers) as representative of this realm rather than to the individual pater familias or sovereign.
However, it is lacking a central principle and clear cut organization, and complicatedness, discrepancy, obscurity and diverse features are its inseparable features.
It is the most easily recognized of the complexities by both practitioners and researchers and is also described as complicatedness or the level of interconnectedness.
This is the complicatedness of living with multiple socially marginalized identities.
Although Hill said that Hamilton has a good chance of winning at the Monaco Grand Prix this year with his abundant instinctive ability and the less complicatedness of the race, the only obstacle in his way, barring performances from Mercedes or Red Bull, is Rosberg.
After going through the draft, CJP said that according to this draft a lot of time would be required to implement it and it has many complicatedness, so the easy draft may be prepared so that overseas Pakistanis may be given right of franchise as early as possible.
This high variability in the nature of water stress and inadequate information about its complicatedness have caused it to be hard to identify specific physiological traits needed for improved crop performance.
Popular usage of the term rarely goes beyond the idea of complicatedness, the sense that technological systems have many interacting parts whose function is difficult for users to comprehend.
The other dimension of the plane is something like complicatedness of the system as a reflection of devices for deeper degradation of resource.
These barriers include limited time, number of students in the program, lack of summer employment, lack of support from school administration and community, complicatedness of recordkeeping, limited availability of resources, and lack of familiarity with newer SAE categories (Wilson & Moore, 2007).