The link or links existing between the elements of a network.
Also sometimes referred to as "plex" or "plexus".
Generally, systemics and cybernetics study nexus (plural). The term "nexialism", for the study of complex, unexpected and supposedly unmanageable situations, was even proposed in 1952 by A.VAN VOGT in his science fiction novel "The Voyage of Space Beagle" (thus introducing this compiler first to KORZYBSKI's General Semantics and later on, to the Society for General Systems Research!)
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