Definitions

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  • adj. unprogrammed

Etymologies

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non- +‎ programmed

Examples

  • The meal was sensitized: any nonprogrammed disruption of its structure would sound the alarm as surely as if he had tried to knock a section over with a dozer.

    For Love of Mother-Not

  • The meal was sensitized: -any nonprogrammed disruption of its structure would sound the alarm as surely as if he had tried to knock a section over with a dozer.

    For Love Of Mother Not

  • Indeed, while he also claimed in the 1977 edition of his book, New Science of Management Decision, that “it is only in the past twenty years that we have begun to have a good scientific understanding of the information processes that humans use in problem solving and nonprogrammed decision making” (64), the first edition, of this book, seventeen years earlier, contained almost the same passage quoted above (Simon, 1960:26-27; the only substantive change in 1977 being the addition of the phrase, “and inaccessible to verbalization”).

    The Rise and Fall of Strategic Planning

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