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Suppose that members in a universal set are categorized based on observations, and that categories can be stratified based on the average of observations within each category. Two sorting extremes can be obtained from the perspective of arbitrariness of an order of observations. The first sorting extreme is an increasing order of observations on ascendingly stratified categories. The second sorting extreme is a decreasing order of observations on ascendingly stratified categories. Hierarchicaldoi:10.1101/043844 fatcat:fhtimzmutbcy5pooan2ydovetu