1.3 Deducing characteristics of complex situations
- Unknown number of parts to get the job done.
- Constantly changing to meet the requirements of the job.
- Ability to change to enhance success of task on hand.
- Ability to make changes to adapt to the environment.
- No set rule, organised through adaption of crowd.
- Behaviour based on crowd. Ability to participate and follow conscious/unconscious rules.
- Participation is self organised. To be part of the mob. Willingness to participate.
- Spare of the moment decision to introduce to Norther Queensland without knowing the implications of introduction.
- Lack of information resulted in the species adapting to the environment and spreading out of control.
- Pest to native animals which dominated to ecosystem.
Distant Earth photo:
- Shows how areas are interconnected, lights display the areas of population and habitable areas.
- Progression of population visible from great distances, showing systems within systems.
- Constant change of wave creates change in the way surfer reacts to the wave.
- No two rides are the same as waves consistently change.
- No central control.
- Self organised.
- behaviour based on conscious and unconscious rules.
- behaviour that gives the impression of being larger than they actually are. Survival instinct.