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What is the meaning of Hierarchy?

Hierarchy is the principle according to which entities meaningfully treated as wholes are built up of smaller entities which are themselves wholes ... and so on. In hierarchy, emergent properties denote the levels (Checkland, 1993: 314).

Books Related to Hierarchy

Bruce McNutt, "The Fractal Structure of Data Reference: : Applications to the Memory Hierarchy (The Kluwer International Series on Advances in Database Systems)".
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John Coleman, "Conspirator's Hierarchy : The Committee of 300".
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