Complexity-Code: Theory Foundations & Tools  

Part 1

Repetitive vs. Non Repetitive

Complex systems and their behavior are different from simple systems. Complex systems never repeat themselves, whereas simple systems rely on their repetitive nature. For example, waking up at sunrise and going to sleep at sunset are simple repetitive behaviors. Scientifically, the word ‘chaos’ represents the non-repetitive quality of complex systems.

Scalable vs. Non-Scalable

The anatomy of a simple system often limits its growth, and therefore, it is non-scalable. Non-scalable composition changes its basic patterns in order to allow the system grow. The anatomy of a complex system’s basic patterns adjusts to let the system grow ‘forever’, and thus it is scalable. Scientifically, the word fractal refers to the scalable basic patterns of complex systems.


Cognitive ability to expose the basic patterns
of complex systems


Every complex system is defined by the three essential elements which make up its basic pattern. Triality is a tool that enables you to define the three essential elements within every complex system’s foundation.