The image below was created using Ripple Tank Simulator. On the right hand side are the controls available.
Let's call area A the Macro level, area B the Meso level and area C the Micro level. The specific word or symbol is not important. What is important for nemetics is to understand any phenomenon it must be placed at the B | Meso level. The forces in play come from the proximate nShapes one level up and one level down.
Notice in the image there are no oscillators at the B level. The flow of forces are the result of interference patterns from A and C.
Let's call the overall rectangular boundary of Neme. In a context specific analysis the Neme would have more layers of A,B,C | Macro - Meso - Micro areas. The number of layers necessary depends on the number of dimensions that give a satisfactory answer to the question we are asking of the defined networks of complex adaptive system.
A context specific use of the tool requires more functionality. The vision is that with appropriate modifications we will be able to use a version of the software to visualize big data in a useful way for decision support.
Figure 2 below is a side view of the 3 D version of the overall field. It suggests we will be able to get a wave form for the Neme itself.