Evolutionary methods, Operation Research

This methods studies development from simpler forms through a long series of a small change. Each change by itself results in minor modification in the phenomenon but the cumulative effect of many changes over a long period of time is the emergence of new usually more complex forms it studies cumulative effect by analyzing how each change brings modification.

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