|chimeric structured (adj.)|
|Applies to||systems, system functions|
|Coiner||Phantoms of Truth|
A chimeric polyfragmented system is polyfragmented, polyplural, polymultiple, or polyfaceted system that consists of distinct groups that may be viewed as their own systems due to size and/or complexity.
This term purposely stands alone from sisasystems and group models for the sake of variety and simplicity. The name is loaned from a creature in Greek mythology known for having multiple heads.
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Other terms that describe the layout or function of a polyfragmented system are: