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Or as Weinberger (2002) describes the network: small pieces, loosely joined. In practice, these principles may be realized in the following design principles. It is worth noting at this juncture that these principles are intended to describe not only networks but also network learning, to show how network learning differs from traditional learning. The idea is that each principle confers an advantage over non-network systems, and that the set, therefore, may be used as a means of evaluating new technology.

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