Cascading discontinuity set
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A cascading discontinuity set is a term related to Wild Cards and applied in foresight and risk management areas. It attempts to define a series of smaller, seemingly disconnected events that merge over time leading to a Wild Card-like result.
- Barber MP (2004, 2006) 'Wildcards – Signals from a Future near You'; Journal of future Studies Vol 11 No1; Tamkang University
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