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Clearly, if the computational requirements grow with the rank, this type of complexity manifests itself in those circumstances where it is a disadvantage, whether avoidable or unavoidable, to being ith, for i ≥ 2. For example 1. A penalty may be charged for missing a deadline, such as when a stage s must be completed by a certain time ds . 2. The precision and/or ease of measurement of variables involved in the computation in a stage s may decrease with each stage executed before s. 3. Biological tissues may have been altered (by previous stages) when stage s is reached.

Similarly, when xi is set to a new value, an arbitrary number of values xj , 0 ≤ j ≤ n − 1 will change unpredictably shortly thereafter (within one time unit), such that G (x0 , x1 , . . , xn−1 ) is no longer satisfied. Most importantly, when i > 0, the values of x0 , x1 , . . , xi−1 , all of which have already been set, may be altered irreparably. This last property of S , namely, the way in which the system reacts to a sequential measurement or setting of its variables, is reminiscent of a number of well-known phenomena that manifest themselves in many subfields of the physical and natural sciences and engineering [8].

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