"A technique… based on the general principle that, in any hierarchical situation, the norm for parts-performance is system-performance" (E. LASZLO, 1974, p.126).
While this Systems Analysis technique thus defined by E. LASZLO implies a good ordering principle, it does not inevitably mean that the global system performance norms are sound … in which case the technique may be wrongly used.
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