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Synonyms for self-organisation

organizing yourself (especially organizing your own labor union)

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It included new priorities such as protecting wetlands, minimising closed neighbourhoods and promoting social housing models that stimulated communal self-organisation and easier access to land.
Projects promoting communal ties and self-organisation are keys to forging new communities.
It seems that Dolgoff's edition, therefore, deliberately puts the word self-organisation into Bakunin's mouth--an addition that the contemporary anarchist reader, habituated to the naturalised use of the term, is likely to fail to notice.
In the second stage, a wear resistance testing method was chosen taking into consideration the creation of conditions for non-equilibrium self-organisation during energy mass transfer (BaoaK u dp.
Bio-inspired Mechanisms for Artificial Self-organised Systems, by Jean-Pierre Mano, Christine Bourjot, Gabriel Lopardo, Pierre Glize, analyses three forms of biological self-organisation (stigmergy, reinforcement mechanisms and cooperation), and discusses some case studies to show how they could be transposed to artificial systems.
Dr Ian McCarthy of Warwick Manufacturing Group said: "Business models and concepts such as self-organisation and survival of the fittest are the results of this.
The excessive powers of the state have already been curbed by neo-liberal reforms, but genuine improvement now depends on a revival of self-organisation by autonomous and powerful social groups.
1993a), "Economics and the self-organisation approach: Alfred Marshall revisited?
Objective: Biological self-organisation through spontaneous symmetry breaking is essential for the emergence and maintenance of life.
The XML-based holon and the related ontologies thus form the basis of the internal communication and thus make self-organisation possible (Van Brussel 1998).
It is widely believed that multi-agent systems coordinated by self-organisation and emergence mechanisms are an effective way to design these systems.
Self-organisation and self-management are powerful techniques for managing complexity.
For each forms of self-organisation, we present a case study to show how we transposed it to some artificial systems and then analyse the strengths and weaknesses of such an approach.
This paper discusses examples of socially inspired self-organisation approaches and their use to build socially-aware, self-organising computing systems.
Several criteria for comparison of self-organisation between the different applications are provided.