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Statistical assembly

The decision to study a Statistical Assembly presumes that the statistical unit we observe has components (like organs or machine parts) whose interactions we understand partially and which engage our attention. The focus of our attention is on the relationships among the components. Much of the observation requires special preparation of the unit. This demands that we establish that our intervention does not prejudice our observations. A simple version of this kind of research uses the stimulus-response model.

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