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Biomatrix Systems Theory

During the 1990s, an interdisciplinary team of PhD students at the University of Cape Town, South Africa, integrated the key concepts of the systems and related fields, together with their unique theoretical contributions, into a coherent meta-theory called Biomatrix systems theory. The theory is also unique in having a graphic alphabet with which it can be explained visually.

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