reactive convergence

the tendency within any reactive system for the elements to converge on static patterns or consistently repetitive behaviors within a locally continuous region. The definition of the steady state is always a function of the original inputs of the system, but will tend to follow the path of least resistance to attain that ongoing state. Reactive convergence is not the same as dampening, because the latter results in a total depletion of either information or energy from the system whereas convergence implies that an ongoing, active reaction is taking place.


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