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Communicating risks, addressing the laws of complexity and satisfying the five roles of system science with ORE. Indeed It has been stated that “50% of the problems with communication arise from individuals using the same words with different meanings. In fact the remaining 50% come from individuals using different words with the same meanings” (Appleby, Forlin et al. 2003). In fact, ORE solves the communication problem by using consistently a well defined glossary.
Moreover, ORE addresses several of Warfield’s Twenty Laws of Complexity (Warfield 2002) as it:
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You can also read more in the following books and papers:
Appleby, M., Forlin, G., et al. (2003). The Law Relating to Emergencies and Disasters. Tolley’s Handbook of Disaster and Emergency Management: Principles and Practice. R. Lakha and T. Moore, Butterworth-Heinemann, isbn 0-406-97270-2.
Warfield, J. N. (2002). Understanding Complexity: Thought and Behavior. AJAR Publishing Company, Palm Harbor, Florida, isbn 0-971-6962-0-9. Furthermore,
Warfield, J. N. (2003). A Proposal for Systems Science. Systems Research and Behavioral Science, 20(6): 507-520.