Re: Isn't spontanious order overrated?
Mon, 7 Sep 1998 16:14:21 EDT

In a message dated 98-09-04 06:31:49 EDT, Max M Rasmussen writes:

> Then my question is, at what level will spontanious order work best?

In systems with lots of different parts with high error tolerance, that have to exchange information at many different levels to operate well . . . Like an economy, but unlike, say the parts of a car.

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