temporal dynamics
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\ˈtem-p(ə-)rəl\ \dī-ˈna-miks\
Etymology: temporal (Middle English, from Anglo-French temporel, from Latin temporalis, from tempor-, tempus time) + dynamics (French dynamique, from Greek dynamikos powerful, from dynamis power, from dynasthai to be able)
Function: noun

1: the way in which people or things behave and react to each other in particular temporary events.[1] [2]

1. “Cities and complexity: understanding cities with cellular automata, agent-based models, and fractals.” Michael Batty (2005)
2. Oxford Advanced Learners Dictionary

(vagia-pantou 10.12.07)
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