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1 S ECOND B.I.G. M EETING R OME OCTOBER 2010

2 M ECHANICAL COMPLEXITY TENSEGRITY MODELING : A NEW PERSPECTIVE D ANIELE DELLA P OSTA S TEFANO TERZI

3 B ASIC KNOWLEDGE OF COMPLEX SYSTEMS SELF ORGANIZATION SELF ORGANIZATION SELF ORGANIZATION SELF ORGANIZATION AUTOPOIESIS AUTOPOIESIS AUTOPOIESIS RHYTHM AND SPONTANEOUS SYNCRO RHYTHM AND SPONTANEOUS SYNCRO NETWORK ORGANIZATION AND NON LINEAR BEHAVIOUR NETWORK ORGANIZATION AND NON LINEAR BEHAVIOUR NETWORK ORGANIZATION AND NON LINEAR BEHAVIOUR NETWORK ORGANIZATION AND NON LINEAR BEHAVIOUR

4 S ELF - ORGANIZATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF DYSFUNCTIONAL NETWORKS – P ROGRESSIVE TENSIONAL FORCES (PTF) Tissues, but especially the collagen, adapt constantly to maintain their topological structure and function (tetracaidecaedric geometry). To do this, the tissues, tend to repair themselves by replicating their own organizational topology of collagen molecules: it sometimes requires the commitment of more elements. Therefore, in case of inflammatory processes after trauma, infection, postural and surgical stress, mechanical changes may be generated from collagen to cells and tissues. This will generate new conditions and bio-mechanical changes, bio-electrical and bio- chemical activity of cells. This change creates also a different mechanical vector in macromechanic, locally by alteration or change of the axes of movement (joints and organs), and globally for a different organization of posture and dynamic balance. (PTF)

5 A NATOMICAL D ATA L INK ® A NATOMICAL D ATA L INK ® AND BIONET ® ANATOMICAL RELATIONAL DATABASE FOR ANALYSIS OF MECHANICAL COMPLEXITY.

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