From Pluralpedia, the collaborative plurality dictionary
diviplex (n.)
Applies tosystems, system functions
CoinerThe Nathyl Polyplex

A diviplex is a type of polyplex/magistien where different groupings differ majorly in structure and/or function. This can manifest for example in one grouping being median while another isn't, one grouping being polyfragmented while another isn't, also may relate to having vastly different -tien and -based experiences. This term is meant to give certain polyplexes the option to easily indicate their differing functions/etc. [1]

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Groupings within a diviplex may still identify as sidesystems or similar, or opt for terms implying more separation like hemiplex.

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