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ˈmī-(ˌ)krō\ -mō-ˈtēv\
Etymology:comb. form of Gk. mikros "small"- "to stimulate toward action," motive

1: Is a term derived from the analysis of the different organic systems that are developed by collective intelligence such as ant colonies and slime molds.This research has its transitions in the design of multiple software. Micromotives are the very specific and particular motives of individuals affected though by their neighbors.

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