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1930
Coordination and echoes
Cortex, motor and echo impulses
Environment
Evolution
Learning and echoes
Memory and cortex
Equilibrium and "vicious circle"
Instinct
Modification of neuron by impulse
Neuron and echo impulses
Stimulus echo stimulus
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1931
Affect and inhibition
Brain dominance of
Dominance
Environment
Equilibrium
Inhibition and emotion
Learning
Neuron essentila function
Nirvanophilia
Receptors and gradients
Stimulus
Ants
Genes
Heredity and function rules
Schizophrenia
0283 0284
Gestalt Koffka on
Organisation
Equilibrium
0353 0354
Entropy ? validity of
Equilibrium
Neutral point (of equilibrium - including 'cycle', 'region' etc.) moving
Organisation and entropy
Reversible process and entropy
Energy free energy
0359 0360
Energy and equilibrium
Equilibrium in a field
Equilibrium necessary for existence
Ernshaw's theorem
Homeostasis defined
Space-time and measuring rod
0365 0366
Diffusion in growth
Equilibrium and hysteresis
Neutral point (of equilibrium - including 'cycle', 'region' etc.) choice of several
Substitution (mathematical) and hysteresis
0397 0398

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1934
Equilibrium two forces for
Introspection
Nirvanophilia
Pattern (in general)
Memory and foresight
Memory review
0447 0448

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1937
Dream and memory
Memory protoplasm
Equilibrium two forces for
Nirvanophilia as a force
Pattern (in general) as a force
0461 0462
Equilibrium irritation in
Memory as organisation
Pain and organisation
Equilibrium central nervous system must be in
Neuron and irritation
0517 0518
Dominance convergent dominance
Dominance divergent dominance
Equilibrium in thermostat
0539 0540
Arc arcs, distributions in multistable system
Equilibrium essential organisation for
Organisation for equilibrium
0541 0542

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1938
Equilibrium in financial system
0557 0558

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1939
Equilibrium central nervous system must be in
Equilibrium of a system
Interaction versus dominance
0567 0568
Equilibrium and self preservation
0577 0578
Equilibrium characteristics of
0579 0580
Equilibrium stabilising a stabiliser
0583 0584
Organisation number of types of
Summary: Nirvanophilia is identical with stable equilibrium.
Equilibrium equals nirvanophilia
Nirvanophilia equals stable equilibrium
Organisation change of
Reactions by trial and error
0585 0586
Equilibrium of a system
Summary: A great idea... organisation must spread from the environment inwards.
Basic pattern basic pattern organisation
Environment must be "orderly"
Impulse pattern and organisation
Intelligence and environment
Organisation and intelligence
Reactions two basic types of
0587 0588
Cortex spread of organisation
Entropy ? validity of
Organisation spread of
Equilibrium of a neuron
Equilibrium physical characteristics
Neuron as a stable unit
Neuron environment of
0589 0590
Equilibrium dy/dx . dx/dy test for
0595 0596
Equilibrium all points stable in
Equilibrium belongs to a circuit
Dominance as neutral equilibrium
0599 0600
Equilibrium ? animals stable
Equilibrium and echo-impulses
Reactions two basic types of
0601 0602
Equilibrium necessary for existence
Neuron environment of
0603 0604
Equilibrium of a relationship
Organisation equilibrium of
0605 0606
Equilibrium graph to find neutral point
Equilibrium of an animal
Equilibrium range of
0609 0610
Equilibrium of three variables [deleted]
0613 0614
Equilibrium comparison of circuits [deleted]
Equilibrium of 2 curcuits with common variable [deleted]
Equilibrium of 2 curcuits with common variable [deleted]
0617 0618
Equilibrium of 2 curcuits with common variable [deleted]
Equilibrium of 2 curcuits with common variable [deleted]
0619 0620
Equilibrium of 2 curcuits with common variable [deleted]
Equilibrium of 2 curcuits with common variable [deleted]
Equilibrium of floating cork
0621 0622
Equilibrium of 2 curcuits with common variable [deleted]
Equilibrium of 2 curcuits with common variable [deleted]
0623 0624
Equilibrium of 2 curcuits with common variable [deleted]
Equilibrium of 2 curcuits with common variable [deleted]
0625 0626
Equilibrium of 2 curcuits with common variable [deleted]
Equilibrium of 2 curcuits with common variable [deleted]
0627 0628
Equilibrium of 2 curcuits with common variable [deleted]
Equilibrium of 2 curcuits with common variable [deleted]
0629 0630
Equilibrium of 2 curcuits with common variable [deleted]
Equilibrium of 2 curcuits with common variable [deleted]
0631 0632
Equilibrium of 2 curcuits with common variable [deleted]
Equilibrium of 2 curcuits with common variable [deleted]
0633 0634
Equilibrium of 2 curcuits with common variable [deleted]
Neutral point (of equilibrium - including 'cycle', 'region' etc.) to calculate change of
Equilibrium of 2 curcuits with common variable [deleted]
0635 0636
Equilibrium of 2 curcuits with common variable [deleted]
Equilibrium of 2 curcuits with common variable [deleted]
0637 0638
Equilibrium of 2 curcuits with common variable [deleted]
Equilibrium of 2 curcuits with common variable [deleted]
0639 0640
Equilibrium of 2 curcuits with common variable [deleted]
Equilibrium of 2 curcuits with common variable [deleted]
Equilibrium of open chains [deleted]
0641 0642
Equilibrium of open chains [deleted]
Equilibrium of open chains [deleted]
0643 0644
Equilibrium of open chains [deleted]
Equilibrium of open chains [deleted]
0645 0646
Equilibrium of open chains [deleted]
Equilibrium of open chains [deleted]
0647 0648
Equilibrium of open chains [deleted]
Equilibrium of open chains [deleted]
0649 0650
Equilibrium of open chains [deleted]
Equilibrium of ring of curcuits [deleted]
Equilibrium of ring of curcuits [deleted]
0651 0652
Equilibrium of ring of curcuits [deleted]
Equilibrium of ring of curcuits [deleted]
0653 0654
Equilibrium of ring of curcuits [deleted]
Equilibrium of ring of curcuits [deleted]
0655 0656
Equilibrium of ring of curcuits [deleted]
0657 0658
Equilibrium final equations [deleted]
Organisation specification of
Organisation to calculate stability of
0661 0662
Equilibrium fresh start!
0733 0734
Equilibrium new equations
Organisation to calculate stability of
0739 0740

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1940
Equilibrium of simple circuit
0769 0770
Equilibrium new equations
0773 0774
Equilibrium test for
Organisation change of
0777 0778
Chatelier, Rule of Le
Equilibrium
Homeostasis Regulation
Neutral point (of equilibrium - including 'cycle', 'region' etc.) moving
0793 0794
Energy use of
Equilibrium and self preservation
Plasticity of reaction
Environment must be "orderly"
0801 0802
Equilibrium and "stimulus"
Gestalt
Stimulus essential property of
0805 0806
Equilibrium "in exhaustion"
Equilibrium and group
Gestalt as stabiliser
Group (mathematical) as stabiliser
Operator as generators
0811 0812
Entropy and learning
Equilibrium and entropy paradox
Learning and entropy
Reversible process and learning
Organisation spread of
0813 0814
Equilibrium as vector field singularily
Field (of substitution)
Neutral point (of equilibrium - including 'cycle', 'region' etc.) examples
0817 0818
Group (mathematical) = structure, pattern
Operator and orgaisation
Organisation two meanings
Space-time and patterns
Equilibrium characteristics of
Pattern (in general) as group-structure
0829 0830
Equilibrium test for
0835 0836
Equilibrium in space-time
Reflex and group
0849 0850
Equilibrium by inhibition
Reflex, conditioned
Group (mathematical) calculating machine as
Organisation in group
0853 0854

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1941
Summary: Suppose the cortex is a 'representation' of the environment, i.e. corresponding to events in the periphery (stimuli, reactions) there are events in the cortex. Nothing new in this idea. But suppose that the cortex is more 'sensitive', so that if the periphery is being driven out of its range of stability the corresponding variable in the cortex will break first, i.e. get outside its range of stability, and thus switch to another portion of the field (817), and change partially to another organisation.
Cortex as 'sensitive'
Reactions right and wrong
Reflex, conditioned
Equilibrium by cortex 'breaking'
Isomorphism of cortex and environment
Neuron death of
Pain and organisation
Reflex, conditioned
0859 0860
Equilibrium and entropy
Operator and entropy
Equilibrium in cycle
Neutral point (of equilibrium - including 'cycle', 'region' etc.) as cycle
0881 0882
Affect of my problem
Equilibrium spread of
Levels
Problems mine
0935 0936
Neuron internal equilibrium
Equilibrium test for
Field (of substitution) divergence of
0949 0950
Summary: The lower animals, at any rate, with their environment may be much simplified for our purpose by noting that one animal may be considered to be split into several, or many, parts, each of which has its own environment. So animal and environment = several machines, not one.
Dominance and velocity
Equilibrium of organisations
Independence and velocity
Levels mechanism of
Organisation stable
0977 0978
Organisation number of parameters
Parameter number of
Summary: We have discussed the situation: p's dominate x's, and x's dominate y's. Under these conditions we can get a stability of organisation. Also we can get y-point in y-space moving twice through the same point in different directions. If the x's react rapidly they will tend to disappear functionally. A succession of such gives transmission through a series of organisations. If one level has only a few, or a single, variable this introduces an essential simplicity into all subsequent levels. A large organisation may be 'simple' because it depends on only one or a few parameters.
Equilibrium of organisations
Organisation exploring organisation
0981 0982
Summary: The idea that "orderliness" or "intelligence" spreads like crystallisation is probably covered more correctly by the more precise idea that it is "reaching neutral point and stopping still" which spreads along a chain of dominance.
Break equations for
Dominance chain of
Equilibrium spread of
Organisation spread of
Step function in differential equations
1047 1048

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1942
Summary: Actual equations are constructed giving the theoretical views of the nervous system in mathematical form. (See 1092)
Adaptation References
Break and change of neutral point
Equilibrium range of
Neutral point (of equilibrium - including 'cycle', 'region' etc.) choice of several
1073 1074
Congruence
Equilibrium defines a 'thing'
Equilibrium essential definition
Field (of substitution) nomenclature
Summary: "Equilibrium" means not moving out of a given region. (But see 1143)
1091 1092
Summary: It might be suggested that with a million neurons the chance of getting them all properly adjusted is negligibly small. The answer is that there is usually no such thing as the right solution. We count as suitable any organisation whatsoever so long as it gets the equilibrium where we want it.
Organisation no "right"
Summary: After studying the fixed points in a dynamic world (i.e. neutral points) I presume the next step would be to take a lot of neutral points and set them moving.
Equilibrium change of
1099 1100
Equilibrium list of examples
1115 1116
Equilibrium to two environments
Reflex, conditioned and break-theory
1119 1120
Equilibrium partial
Adaptation partial
1137 1138
Summary: The definition of "equilibrium" is taken up from 1092, and made much more precise. It is concluded that it belongs to a path A special type of common occurrence is defined and given the name of "normal" equilibrium.
Equilibrium "normal"
Equilibrium essential definition
1147 1148
Summary: All my theory explains the "trial and error" method in terms of non-living matter. All that, but nothing more.
Equilibrium Courant's definition
Summary: Courant's definition of equilibrium. On closer reading, as R and ρ may be small to any degree, it appears that Courant's definition does not allow finite cycles like that of 1144.
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1943
Adaptation growing
Equilibrium graduation of
1203 1204
Summary: Huxley's book reviewed, and proof that a holistic set must be altered by infinitesimal steps.
Adaptation growing
Organisation must change only infinitesimally
Equilibrium tends to "normal" type
1257 1258
Summary: Orders of velocity make complete systems.
Summary: The shift is calculated, of a neutral point as a result of small changes in parameters.
Equilibrium shift by parameter
Parameter changes of state of equilibrium
1475 1476

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1946
Summary: Clarification of the position when dependence itself depends on other variables.
Equilibrium of coupled systems
2040 2041
Equilibrium as invariant
Equilibrium neutral, in group theory
2068 2069
Summary: Effect on latent roots of adding constant to main diagonal, how to move all latent roots to right or left, and a new test for stability.
Equilibrium dominant root
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [18]: Test for stability by dominant root, 2072.
Homeostat design
Isomorphism making machine
2072 2073

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1947
Equilibrium in chemical systems
Summary: The dynamics of chemical systems.
2130 2131
Isomorphism not always in chemical form
Equilibrium in chemical systems
2166 2167
Equilibrium in electric circuits
Summary: Circuit theory in its relation to my absolute systems and stability; feedback in particular.
2320 2321

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1948
Equilibrium of homeostat
Homeostat equations etc
Homeostat stability of
2426 2427

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1949
Summary: Discussion of the stability of a system formed by joining an infinite number of part-functions.
Equilibrium of system of part functions
2595 2596

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1950
Summary: Wholes whose stability differs entirely from those of the parts.
Equilibrium of [4-point dependency figure]
2773 2774
Summary: Joining unstable systems to form a stable one.
Equilibrium of [3-point dependency figure]
2775 2776
Summary: Multistable system gives partly additive responses. A reaction pattern can be 'strengthened' by noisy variation of parameters. 4155
Noise may improve multistable systems
The Multistable System [38]: The deliberate injection of noise into a multistable system may improve its performance in some specific learning. 3019.
Equilibrium 'difficulty' of
3019 3020
Amplifier and stability
Equilibrium effect of amplifier
DAMS (Dispersive and Multistable System) [7]: DAMS' intrinsic stability, 2979, 2982, 3050.
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1951
Information in machines
Markov process / chain affecting a machine
Summary: Shannon and I.
Chasing equation of
Coding in machine
Constant intrinsic stability definition
Equilibrium 'constant intrinsic'
Information in machines
Markov process / chain affecting a machine
Output as function of input
Transformation function-forming
3199 3200
Summary: Ways of altering a system's sensitiveness to disturbance.
Summary: Effect of richness of joining on the number of stable resting states.
Equilibrium and coupling
Joining and state of equilibrium
3353 3354
Summary: If the number of resting states is increased by some change of design, take care that the number stable is not actually reduced.
Equilibrium proportion stable
3393 3394
Summary: How long should an arc be? 3511, 3514, 3557
Arc multiple arcs traversing environment
Orthogonality of control
Equilibrium neutral equilibrium and part-functions
Part-function neutral equation and
3487 3488
Summary: Haldane's book.
Summary: Example of dispersion.
Dispersion in motor cortex
Equilibrium number of states
DAMS (Dispersive and Multistable System) [33]: Number of resting states in DAMS, 3504.
3503 3504
Summary: Infinitesimal displacements activate a unique set of variables. (3599)
Environment reviewed again
Equilibrium multistable system around state of
The Multistable System [81]: In a system of part-functions, all infinitesimal displacements, in whatever direction, from a resting state activate the same set of variables, 3581, 3599.
Environment reviewed again
Essential variables Reviewed again
3581 3582
Equilibrium multistable system around state of
The Multistable System [81]: In a system of part-functions, all infinitesimal displacements, in whatever direction, from a resting state activate the same set of variables, 3581, 3599.
The Multistable System [82]: Arcs activated by infinitesimal displacements from a resting state - all displacements activate the same arcs 3600.
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1952
Summary: Detail of 3844.
Summary: Change full to step-functions for resting states.
Equilibrium number of states of
Resting state number of
3854 3855
Summary: The catchment areas define a partition.
Basin as partition
Equilibrium proper definition
The Multistable System [29]: The multistable system's problem is to get its forgetting right! 3860.
Summary: Definition of 'stability'.
3860 3861
Summary: More examples of the stable and unstable. 4062, 4070, 4074
Equilibrium examples in geology
Summary: Example of 'stability' miss-used. Further examples 4062, 4070
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1953
Summary: Stability checked.
Summary: Review of the book. [Design for a Brain]
Design as input
Design for a Brain review in 'Galaxy'
Equilibrium proper definition
Personal notes [20]: Reviews of "Design": 4258 Observer, 4309 Citizen, 4380 British Medical Journal, 4423 Journal of Consulting Psychology, 4423 McCulloch, 4446. Hibbert Journal, 4595 Galaxy, 4595 Scientific American, 4643 Occupational Psychology.
4594 4595
Summary: How a machine transforms a set of representative points in its field.
Equilibrium proper definition
Stability defined in set theory
Stable set defined
Dynamic system as a stable set
4622 4623
Closure defined
Equilibrium proper definition
Summary: Meaning of 'stability'. 4741, 4785, 4795
Habituation and stability
4656 4657
Equilibrium in regulation
Summary: On regulation. 4709, 4795
4678 4679
Summary: The unreliability of introspective evidence.
Equilibrium Riguet's definition
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1954
Summary: The limit of progressive regulation.
Amplifier limit of
Regulation limit of
Control as reduction
Equilibrium and information
Information as reduction
Regulation and information
Selection and information
Survival in set theory
4794 4795
Hunt and stick in machine
Markov process / chain producing one state
Summary: Hunt-and-stick is a more general form of stability. 4881, 5046
Equilibrium "hunt and stick" as
Hunt and stick as stability
Regulation fundamental process
4842 4843
Differential equation stability theory of
Equilibrium Bellman on
Equilibrium complexity of
Information partial
Knowledge partial
Stability stability theory of differential equations
Summary: Bellman on 'stability'.
Trajectory stability of
4914 4915
Summary: Science is interested chiefly in the case where the parameters and states are so related that every state is accessible at will. 4989
Equilibrium in the hierarchy
Hierarchy (of Bourbaki) equilibrium
Summary: "State of equilibrium" in the hierarchy or sets.
Summary: Orthogonality of actions in regulation.
Capacity for control
Channel capacity for control
Orthogonality of control
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1955
Summary: Application of system theory to History.
Equilibrium giving binary relation
Machine binary relation in
Relation binary, in machine
Set or Ensemble operations and machine
5144 5145
Summary: The conditioned reflex, and shedding of scatter by going to an equilibrium. 5249.1, 5277.8
Equilibrium as noise-destroyer
Noise method for destroying
Experience rigorous form
Input forcing convergence
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1956
Equilibrium homomorphism of
Homomorphism of states of equilibrium
Order of time
Summary: The machine, when observed only so far as the states of equilibrium it goes to. 5556
5246 5247
Summary: What is a "variable"?
Variable nature of
Summary: Mathematical proof "in detail" means going through a sequence of states of equilibrium.
Computing machines as noise-destroyer
Digital computer as noise-shedder
Equilibrium as noise-destroyer
Mathematics what is a proof?
Proof nature of
5248 5249
Basin model with lots
Equilibrium randon transformation with many
Field (of substitution) cutting into small basins
Summary: How to chop up a field. 5408, 5524
Personal notes [28]: First advert of "Introduction to Cybernetics", 5319.
5318 5319
Structure learning external structure
Equilibrium and transfer of "structure"
5320 5321
Summary: Multiple equilibria, in the systems in a chain, give a transducer with memory.
Equilibrium in a chain of systems
Transducer with memory but no feedback
Rubin and Sitgreaves' set of transformations
Transducer random, and model trajectory
5398 5399
Equilibrium in parts and whole
Equilibrium parts with one equilibrium only
Part equilibrium in, and whole
5402 5403
Equilibrium whole with 50% states equal
Summary: An indefinitely large system with half its states equilibrial, and no trajectory longer than one step. 5471.6, Opposite 5412, 5524
Trajectory short trajectory in infinite system
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1957
Summary: Anti-habituation may occur. 5490
Habituation is not necessary
Equilibrium probability of
Joining and probability of equilibruim
Part and probability of equilibrium
Probability of equilibrium
Sample space probability of equilibrium
5446 5447
Cycle commom in random transformation
Equilibrium rare in equiprobable transformation
Rubin and Sitgreaves' set of transformations all trajectories end in cycles
Equilibrium can be made dense
5462 5463
Design for many equilibria
Equilibrium design for many equilibria
DAMS Mark II (Dispersive and Multistable System) [9]: Design for many equations 5476.
5476 5477
Summary: Habituation.
Accumulation (of adaptations) rate of
Equilibrium rate of accumulation
Habituation rate of accumulation
5490 5491
Equilibrium probability of
Trajectory random
Transition probability in machine of parts
5504 5505
Summary: The whole built from random parts, by random coupling, when each part has probability πi that its state is equilibrial, does not go (if not in equilibrium) equiprobably to all states but favours those "near" itself. Summary 5524
Metric Hockett's metric
Summary: Refusal to give a machine (or state, or input-valve, or transformation, etc) a particular value corresponds to talking about a set of machines (or states, or input-values, or transformations, etc). The set has no associated probabilities, but can use the concept of "independence". 5666.7
Equilibrium probability of
Random machinery
Rubin and Sitgreaves' set of transformations is fully unspecified
Set or Ensemble and lack of specification
Specification lack of, and set
5506 5507
Summary: Habituation and its relation to equilibrium.
Arc arcs, must be in sheet
Summary: The system that habituates must be a flat sheet. (But see 5632) 5545, 5631
Summary: of relations between equilibria in part and equilibria in whole. 5259 (See article for refs) 5317, 5510
Cortex must be a sheet
Equilibrium reviewed
Equilibrium anatomy of cortex
5522 5523
Equilibrium reviewed
Equilibrium reviewed
Rubin and Sitgreaves' set of transformations probability of equilibrium
5524 5525
Equilibrium reviewed
Summary: Relations between equilibria in parts and equilibria in whole collected from the last 130 pages. Review 5983 5667, 6019, 6025, 5436
Equilibrium reviewed
5526 5527
Equilibrium reviewed
5668 5669
Summary: If variables can't communicate, any operator on them may have to be reducible.
Summary: When two operators act alternately they still each have power of veto over any proposed state of equilibrium. 5708
Equilibrium under two operators
5676 5677
Equilibrium under compound operators
Habituation as equilibrium
Operator compound operator and equilibrium
5704 5705
Summary: Implications of "going to equilibrium."
Equilibrium and conditioned reflex
Reflex, conditioned as compound equilibrium
5706 5707
Coefficient of stability
Equilibrium index of
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1958
Association explanation by confluants
Confluant and conditioned reflex
Equilibrium under regular transitions
Reflex, conditioned and confluants
Transition sequence of
Trap = closed or stable set
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5836B 5837
Confluant and conditioned reflex
Equilibrium under regular transitions
Summary: The trap under a two-valued variation at the input.
Confluant and conditioned reflex
Equilibrium under regular transitions
Habituation as special case
5838 5839
Confluant and conditioned reflex
Equilibrium under regular transitions
Confluant and conditioned reflex
Equilibrium under regular transitions
5840 5841
Confluant and conditioned reflex
Equilibrium under regular transitions
Confluant and conditioned reflex
Equilibrium under regular transitions
5842 5843
Confluant and conditioned reflex
Diffusion of pattern
Equilibrium under regular transitions
Input pattern in
Inscription defined
Isomorphism transitions and confluents
Learning without feedback
Pattern (in general) transmission of
Summary: The pattern in the confluents tends to copy the pattern in the input-transitions. Stochastic case: 5873, 5892
Anticipation automatic
Confluant and conditioned reflex
Continuity learning the structure
Dimension learning it empirically
Equilibrium under regular transitions
Prediction automatic
5844 5845
Confluant and conditioned reflex
Equilibrium under regular transitions
Confluant and conditioned reflex
Equilibrium under regular transitions
Inscription and Jennings' law
Resolution of physiological states Jennings
5846 5847
Confluant and conditioned reflex
Equilibrium under regular transitions
Summary: Jennings' law of the resolution of physiological states. 5880, 6101, 6137
Confluant and conditioned reflex
Equilibrium under regular transitions
5848 5849
Confluant and conditioned reflex
Equilibrium under regular transitions
Summary: There are complications before "in same confluent" means "moving towards".
Confluant and conditioned reflex
Confluant of homeostat
Equilibrium under regular transitions
5850 5851
Equilibrium Tilde-operation
Equilibrium operation of going to
Tilde ~ operation
5910 5911
Summary: DAMS was built by an ignoramus. 6025
Equilibrium of DAMS (Dispersive and Multistable System)
Summary: Parts that have only one state of equilibrium (for each given input) may build a whole with a multiplicity of equilibria.
Equilibrium number possible in whole
Organisation number of equilibria
6018 6019
Summary: Wiener suggests that maths is a dynamic process, that may end in a cycle.
Proof nature of
Diagram of immediate effects (D.I.E.) and number of equilibria
Equilibrium and D.I.E. (diagram of immediate effects)
6024 6025
Summary: A proposition is "atomic" if its user does not propose to break it up.
Summary: The brain may be like a digital computer in being error-free by going from equilibrium to equilibrium. 6126
Equilibrium give error-free action
Summary: Irreducible complexity.
Summary: Simple "relations".
Relation simple examples
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1959
Confluant and input
Equilibrium selected by input
6078+02 6079
Summary: Equilibria attract. 6267
Equilibrium two attract
Resolution of physiological states Jennings
Topology of equilibria
Summary: The process of inscription is much weaker than I thought on 5844. Continued: 6092
Inscription very weak
6082 6083
Equilibrium Tilde-operation
Tilde ~ operation
Summary: Operation "go to your basin". 6267
6084 6085
Summary: Another way of writing Sommerhoff's directive correlation. 6105, 6284
Summary: Are isomorphisms denser around equilibrium?
Directive correlation (Sommerhoff) in set theory
Equilibrium generates isomorphisms
Isomorphism cluster at equilibrium
Summary: Isolating a pure concept is like isolating a pure element.
Localisation principles of
Memory principles for localisation
6104 6105
Delay (in substitution) and equilibrium
Equilibrium and interruption
Interruption immunity from
Summary: The environment goes much from equilibrium to equilibrium, constant on route but noisy in timing. The brain, appropriately, also goes much from equilibrium to equilibrium.
6126 6127
Summary: Rapid adaptation in an irreducible whole implies many equilibria in the parts.
Adaptation rapid adaptation demands equilibria
Equilibrium many necessary
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1960
Summary: Input pattern of transition showing as output pattern.
Summary: Nearness in time encourages similarity in response.
Equilibrium case of many
Nearness in time, and output
Topology of time and behaviour
6156 6157
Summary: Meaning of H(A)=0.
Congruence in matrix
Coordination example in matrix equilibrium
Directive correlation (Sommerhoff) example in matrix
Equilibrium example of coordination at
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [30]: (Mod 12) MATRIX has VECTOR as equilibrium (and 23 other, given, vectors), 6163.
6162 6163
Summary: Independence of probabilities of equilibrium demands that all loops of connexion be long. 6199, 6333
Equilibrium independence of probability
Polystable confluents similar
6196 6197
Summary: We study "machines" that depend on their immediately preceding states because experience has shown them to be very common in the world around us. 6246
Equilibrium complement of ergodicity
Ergodism complement of equilibrium
Summary: I must write a text book on the Theory of Equilibrium. 6350
6242 6243
Summary: Sketch of a theory that two coupled systems, in going to equilibrium, tend to prefer regions in their phase-spaces that are topologically similar.
Equilibrium when topologies match
Summary: At equilibrium, with suitable metric, the responses have a bias towards smallness.
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1961
Summary: There is no difficulty in getting from a structure of mere clubbing to a full topology.
Equilibrium homomorphism of equilibria
Homomorphism of equilibria
6282 6283
Energy and equilibrium irrelevant
Equilibrium and energy
Max( ) (function) energy and equilibrium
Minimum energy and equilibrium
Summary: Energy flow is neither maximal nor minimal at equilibrium; it is just irrelevant. 6321, 6345, 6350, 6365
Constraint through relation
Relation transmits constraint
Selection through relation
6294 6295
Summary: If a set is diminished, any set tied to it by any relation will be diminished.
Summary: Getting from simple equilibrium to directive correlation. 6350
Directive correlation (Sommerhoff) in machine at equilibrium
Equilibrium and directive correlation
6296 6297
Summary: Mixing network, one way.
Equilibrium forces relation
Summary: "Transmission" of selection among the components of equilibria. 6347, 6350
Searching from both ends
6334 6335
Summary: Construction to get many compact confluents. 6347, 6362.9
Dispersion small confluents
Summary: Convergence to equilibrium in Markov chain.
Convergence (of lines of behaviour) Markov non-convergence
Equilibrium even distribution, Markov
Markov process / chain convergence (or bunching)
6344 6345
Coordination compound equilibria
Equilibrium list of compound equilibria
Mapping compound equilibria
Operator compound eqilibria
Summary: Equilibria and their properties. 6373, 6389
6350 6351
Summary: Notes on: Finding stored information. 6362
Equilibrium as survival
Selection mathematical examples
Survival mathematical examples
6354 6355
Equilibrium as survival
Selection mathematical examples
Survival mathematical examples
Summary: Example of natural selection and evolution in a computer. 6358
Equilibrium as survival
Selection mathematical examples
Survival mathematical examples
6356 6357
Equilibrium as survival
Selection mathematical examples
Survival mathematical examples
Summary: Survival of the fittest in a computer.
Equilibrium as survival
Selection mathematical examples
Survival mathematical examples
6358 6359
Equilibrium as survival
Selection mathematical examples
Survival mathematical examples
Summary: Survival of the fittest in a computer.
Equilibrium as survival
Selection mathematical examples
Survival mathematical examples
6360 6361
Summary: For economy, the brain must store memories at the site of use. 6383
Localisation principles of
Requisite Variety, Law of localisation of memory
Confluant getting smaller confluants
Equilibrium getting neutral equilibrium
6362 6363
Summary: How to make a multistable system.
Energy and equilibrium irrelevant
Equilibrium irrelevance of energy
Homeostasis and energy
6364 6365

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Equilibrium and liquid state
Liquid state
Summary: "Remembering" as hallucination.
Memory as halucination
Remembering as hallucination
6444 6445
Equilibrium and long trajectory
Trajectory long, with equilibrium
6462 6463

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Equilibrium coordination at
Summary: Simpler proof of Lemma.
Cylindrance an improved proof
6552 6553

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