that establishing boundaries to systems undergoing change is a vital consideration.
that real, and not infinitessimal, changes should be explored and carefully described. In this way the consideration is of observable phenomena rather than invisible constructs.
KeywordsVital Importance Observable Phenomenon Vital Consideration
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