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- n. disorder
- n. The number of simplexes into which a structure can be divided
- n. The tendency of a simple system to generate complex forms
- n. The act of establishing a simple interface for something that is complex.
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The buzzword simplexity was tossed around for a while to describe applications that did a lot under the hood, while managing to look simple on the frontend.google. com is often cited as a good example of simplexity.
Scientists and other professionals across a whole range of disciplines are increasingly seeing the value in a quality known as simplexity -- the elegant melding of the simple and complex into something that is utterly other.
It focuses on the issues of aging, "simplexity", shape-language and compelling character arcs.
What's more, the Vector Pilot V1R2 is easier to use through the original concept of "simplexity": a sophisticated piece of software that aims to make a complex application as simple to use as possible.
Talking "simplexity" with the director of Pixar's newest flight of fantasy.
• Up To the Task: Talking "simplexity" with the director of Pixar's newest flight of fantasy.
It focuses on the issues of aging, “simplexity”, shape-language and compelling character arcs.
Rounding out the top 10: deficit, snowmageddon, 3-D, shellacking and simplexity.
There are few fields in which the increasingly sophisticated science of simplexity -- the study of the way simple things can be improbably complex, and complex things can be brilliantly simple -- applies more powerfully than in politics.
And there are few things that manage simplexity as well as the iPhone.
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