Self-Organized Criticality
A mathematical theory (information age and later) that describes how a self-organized system may arise. Although transapient powers and minds long since developed more sophisticated patterns of understanding the emergence of complexity, subminds and superbright sapients find simulations using these protocols a useful way to map and understand dynamic behavior that is neither stable nor unstable but at a region near a phase transition.
 
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Development Notes
Text by M. Alan Kazlev base on original Gary William Flake

Initially published on 31 December 2001.