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    What makes relationships of benefit and supervision assymetric?
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    I am sure these are explained somewhere, anyone has a link perhaps?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dioklecian
    What makes relationships of benefit and supervision assymetric?
    Supervision:
    Person A has F1 F2 F3 F4
    Peson A's F2 lines up with B's F1
    Person A's F1 lines up with B's F4
    Examples: TiNe->NeFi->FiSe->SeTi->TiNe


    Benefit:
    Person A has F1 F2 F3 F4
    Person A's F2 compliments B's F1
    Examples: TiNe->SiTe->FiSe->NiFe->TiNe

    You can get a visual of this by looking at "The Prettiest Pattern Yet" thread I did a while back.
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    Thanks Ann, but what makes this specific relationships assymetric as opposed to the other relationships? What am I missing?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dioklecian
    Thanks Ann, but what makes this specific relationships assymetric as opposed to the other relationships? What am I missing?
    Because these are the only two that follow the information cycles.

    I have no idea how to explain it using the Model A block modeling. And while I realize that the prettiest pattern one isn't exact, it "shows" how each type relates to the others. I didn't write in the relationship names because then that would relate all of the types to ONE type. Whereas if you look up the relationships for say, the TiNe type, then you can transpose them onto the other types to see what their relationships are and even grasp how their functions relate.

    Rick did have something on his site regarding the relationships. One page, I think, mentioned how the other relationships are symmetrical. Why don't you look on his site? It's under something like Intertype Relationships...one of those pages.
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