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relationships are founded on shared information
explicit relationships can be characterized as mutually recognised (MR) shared information between participants.
latent relationships can be characterized as shared information between participants which isn't mutually recognised (UR-shared).
active relationships are those where there is an influx of MR-shared information.
stale relationships are those where there is no change in MR-shared information.
crumbling relationships are those where there is an outflux of MR-shared information.
inactive relationships can be classified as dormant or extinct depending on the probability of them becoming active again.
the longer a relationship remains inactive, the more likely it is to be(come) extinct.
activity in relationships can be participant or environment triggered.
environmental relationships are those where activity is triggered by the environment
elective relationships are those where activity is triggered by the participants
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