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Ross indexed the following pages under the keyword: "Equivalence relation".


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1952
Summary: Every regular system can be made to yield an absolute system. 4042, 4302
Equivalence relation by not observing
4040 4041

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1953
Algebra Black Box as
Black box, problem of the homomorphism in
Compatibility machine and equivalence relation
Equivalence relation in machine
Homomorphism applied incorrectly
Quotient machine by indistinguishability
Epistemology [27]: Black Box may admit a homomorphism 4478.
Summary: The relation "observer A cannot distinguish x from y"; homomorphism. 4501, 6254
4478 4479

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1954
Compatibility machine and equivalence relation
Dynamic system "quotient" machine
Equivalence relation in machine
Homomorphism corrected
Machine quotient machine
Quotient machine by indistinguishability
Summary: Quotient machines. 4937, 5001, 5165, 5148
4778 4779

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1955
Summary: Structure of machine in a protocol. 5170, 5192, 6071
Equivalence relation over protocol
Homomorphism over protocol
Protocol equivalent relations over
Summary: The problem of "simplifying" a machine.
Gödel's theorem described
Simplicity in homomorphisms
5084 5085
Equivalence relation over times
Simplicity by fusing times
Time equivalence relation time
5148 5149
Summary: Variety in mathematical forms. (Continued 5167.6)
Variety shown by family
Equivalence relation on Markov chain
Lattice of Markov simplifications
Markov process / chain equivalence relation on
5164 5165

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1957
Equivalence relation and topology
Reflex, conditioned as compound equilibrium
Topology and equivalence relation
Summary: For general guidance, one can think of a "topology" as a more complex equivalence relation, allowing degrees of "equivalence."
Reflex, conditioned as compound equilibrium
5712 5713

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1959
Summary: Oscillating systems, when coupled, do not necessarily pull together in frequency.
Compatibility machine and equivalence relation
Equivalence relation and machine
Machine and equivalence relation
Summary: When a simplification is permissible. 6148, Better: 6254
Summary: Today I can say I have solved the problem I set out to solve on 7 May 1928 [31 years prior]. I asked, roughly, whence came the patterning properties of the nervous system. The answer is now clear...
6116 6117

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1960
Requisite Variety, Law of application to accumulation
Summary: When there is no information about the problems that recur, accumulation demands that the activations are small and that the "chance" method be used. 6227
Equivalence relation are arbitory
Pattern (in general) all are arbitrary
Perceptron
6166 6167
Equivalence relation information in
Homomorphism variety of
Information in equivalence relation
6170 6171
Coding of pattern, [?-1S?]
Equivalence relation and pattern
Pattern (in general) after coding, [?-1S?]
Transformation of a pattern, ?-1S?
6222+04 6223
Equivalence relation and machine
Machine and equivalence relation
Simplification of machine
6254 6255

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1964
Summary: Cutting out a slice cannot make cylindrance rise.
Equivalence relation and cylindrance
6504 6505

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