Thursday, September 20, 2007

Invisible entities in system input

System input may contain a lot of invisible entities. All variables in system input integrate with entire system resources. Vague input parameters can modify modules in various system layers.
External forces can interact with system input and produce gradually complexity. System designer's conception has invisible pattern, which can modify system input.
System owner's conception has obsession with invisible entities, which can convey complexity in system input.
All system resources can generate invisibility through system activities with system input and eventually system output illustrate complexity.
If two systems with extraordinary invisible entities integrate with each other then system output shows complexity.

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