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Fragmentability, a foundational systems concept

Löfgren, Lars LU (2000) 15th European meeting on cybernetics and systems research In Cybernetics and systems 2000 1. p.15-20
Abstract
Fragmentation is a fundamental process, beneath the level of logics. Fragmentation occurs in our most everyday activities. We analyse (literally, to break into fragments), describe, and interpret by performing fragmentations.

We propose a linguistic concept of fragmentation, namely a complementaristic whole of "syntactic fragmentation" and "semantic fragmentation", as foundational for Systems and, in particular, General Systems.
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Cybernetics and systems 2000
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Trappl, Robert
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15 - 20
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Austrian Society for Cybernetic Studies
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15th European meeting on cybernetics and systems research
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3-85206-151-2
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The Language-Communication Complex
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We propose a linguistic concept of fragmentation, namely a complementaristic whole of "syntactic fragmentation" and "semantic fragmentation", as foundational for Systems and, in particular, General Systems.},
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