Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Integrated biological systems may have analogical modeling of global variables

The integrated biological systems have analogical modeling of global variables. Two biological systems can compromise with each other when system behavioral framework has several attractions to contribute between two separate global variables.
The biological systems, which allocate ethical attributes on global variables, can integrate significantly with analogical modeling in other biological systems.
Two biological systems can integrate partially with each other despite great diversity of analogical modeling of global variables. The analogical modeling may not play important role in integration process when “a sense of compromise” allocates as a parameter on global variables; therefore, the dilemma of analogical mapping of global variables does not cause complexity in biological system integration.
Observation:
The setting “a sense of compromise” as a parameter can conduct on unethical modeling of global variables in biological systems.
Observation:
Low value integration can encounter between two biological systems with unethical and ethical modeling of global variables. High value integration can encounter between two biological or non-biological systems with unethical modeling of global variables.

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