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There is nevertheless a sense in which the book feels a victim of the troubles that it criticises: it is encased in a printed form (perhaps to meet the expectations of an HHM
docent), but is much more suited to the fluid nature of online presentation and discussion.
For his approach, Haimes has developed what he calls "hierarchical holograph modeling" (HHM).
The HHM method starts with an extreme outcome and provides a methodology for exploring what factor or combination of factors would produce that outcome.