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Blog / 2007-09-17a-Relationships
  • 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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