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< previous page page_36 next page > Page 36 the previous section. This, of course, will be somewhat underdeveloped, amounting to an ideal-type guide with which we can hardly do justice to the methodologies under discussion. A number of these methodologies naturally transcend the matrix cells which, if taken too literally, would seem to have created unnecessarily artificial barriers between simple and complex, and between unitary, pluralist and coercive (e.g. systems engineering, which we label simple-unitary, but which tackles some aspects of "complexity"). It is arguable that the assumptions of others do not preclude their inclusion in more than one cell (critical systems heuristics, perhaps, could be included as complex- pluralist, although we choose to highlight its unique recognition of coercion). Further, we are not always dealing with fully explicit systems methodologies. System dynamics and viable system diagnosis, concentrate primarily on modelling systems in particular ways.
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