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Part of a 5-fold Pattern Language.
Subsequently published in Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential (1986)
Broader Standard frameworks; Principal points of entry; Four-level structural limit; Perspective-adaptable contexts; Presentation of new dimensions; Extended pattern of nuclear interaction; Local sources for perspective nourishment; Context for emergence of new perspectives; Informal local perspective interface zones; Contexts for care of premature perspectives; Integrated contexts for perspective dynamics; Unstructured context for perspective exchange; Hospitable contexts for perspectives in transition; Minimally-structured perspective control operations; Exchange contexts controlled by a single perspective; Transitional contexts for perspective reorganization; Perspective imitation contexts for developing perspectives; Minimal distance between related operational control contexts; Competitive interaction opportunities transposed to a concrete level.
Narrower Interconnected structures; Patterning of complex structures; Focal centre of a complex structure; Focus-oriented communication networks; Patterning integrative superstructure; Limitation on number of structural levels; Protected low-density communication pathways; Distinctiveness of main entry point to structure; Domains for non-current elements and those in reserve; Concealment of necessary monotonous perspective patterns; Arrangement of structures ot engender fruitful interfaces; Organization of structure to enhance autonomy of sub-structures; Direct relationship between structures and communication pathways; Orientation of structures to enhance receptivity to external insight; Organization of structures to enhance receptivity to external insight; Structural development designed to counteract deficiencies in pattern harmony; Congruence between spaces defined by the framework and spaces defined by the processes within it.
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