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1931
Group (mathematical) origin of
Operator as relation
Organisation Eddington on
Relation and group
Relation as operator
Unobservables Coulomb force
Vision binocular
Mesa phenomenon
Network transmission through
Organisation of operators
Pattern (in general) as group-structure
0371 0372
Group (mathematical) = structure, pattern
Indexed as far as Reprint
Pattern (in general) as group-structure
Operator spectral set
0377 0378
Group (mathematical) Eddington's special
0379 0380
Inhibition and organisation
Levels and organisation
Structure all knowledge as
Adaptation an illusion
Environment imperfect adaptation to
Group (mathematical) Eddington's special
Intelligence is blind
0395 0396

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1940
Equilibrium "in exhaustion"
Equilibrium and group
Gestalt as stabiliser
Group (mathematical) as stabiliser
Operator as generators
0811 0812
Organisation important variables
Variable central
Group (mathematical) of optical illusion
Operator of optical illusion
0823 0824
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
Environment perfect
Group (mathematical) existence of
0833 0834
Group (mathematical) finite continuous
Organisation parameters of
Parameter of organisation
0845 0846
Equilibrium by inhibition
Reflex, conditioned
Group (mathematical) calculating machine as
Organisation in group
0853 0854

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1941
Group (mathematical) orderliness
Organisation spread of
Structure interlocking
0861 0862
Break of organisation
Energy free energy
Organisation break of
Group (mathematical) of groups
Isomorphism and representations
0865 0866
Group (mathematical) basic
Hallucination and isomorphism
Isomorphism and neurosis
Pattern (in general) and neurosis
0871 0872
Group (mathematical) and equilibrium
Neutral point (of equilibrium - including 'cycle', 'region' etc.) examples
Brain 'break' in
Break of organisation
Organisation break of
0885 0886
Group (mathematical) and machine
Organisation in group
0901 0902
Entropy and sensory adaptation
Differential equation turned to operator
Group (mathematical) and machine
Isomorphism in machine
Operator = differential equation
Substitution (mathematical) as differential equation
0917 0918
Summary: Later we shall have to show how we can break down the minute rigidity of our dynamic systems, where the minutest change has to be put in and may lead to something profoundly different. Suggested way of doing it.
Break surface no free edge
Critical surface has no free edge
Summary: The V-surface of a step-function cannot have a free edge.
Group (mathematical) finite continuous
1043 1044
Summary: One stage in our long journey is finished and solved: the 'exact' case, i.e. an organisation where we are given full and exact information about every little detail.
Differential equation and linear partial differential equations
Group (mathematical) and isomorphism
Isomorphism ? group necessary
1059 1060
Summary: A definition of 'organisation' is given which covers both dynamic, machine, organisations, and static, pattern ones.
Organisation definition
Summary: An "organisation", by the definition of the previous page, need not be a group.
Group (mathematical) and organisation
Organisation in group
1065 1066

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1946
Summary: Detailed example showing the roots moving with change of one coefficient in [x'=Ax]
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [15]: If EQUATION, with roots r1,...,rn, to find ∂rp/∂aSt, 0750, 1824. i.e. effect of coefficient on a root. Example 2066, 2401.
Group (mathematical) theory of one-parameter
2066 2067

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1950
Summary: Dictionary definitions: Representative, Stability, State, System, Variable.
Activity variety of
Group (mathematical) scientific knowledge as
Epistemology [3]: An early review of what is meant by 'knowing' { 2790 - 2801 }
2789 2790
Group (mathematical) and pattern
Pattern (in general) as group-structure
Summary: Example of pattern and group.
Markov process / chain predicting words and letters
2823 2824
Non-linear systems Stoker on
Group (mathematical) use of characteristics
The Multistable System [96]: Dispersion must first occur in a memory-free region if one reaction is not to upset another. 2988.
2987 2988

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1952
Group (mathematical) natural unit as group
The Multistable System [71]: A system with null-functions, if observed on a new set of dials, no longer shows null-functions (Ashby 3757).
The Multistable System [83]: The breaking of a whole into subsystems by part-functions is not invariant for change of coordinates. 3757.
3756 3757
Summary: Entropy with two outputs, and the transmission of information from system to system. 4312, 4429
Transmission from system to system
Epistemology [19]: "Knowing" as being at the right memory-state 4310.
Summary: Scientific knowledge is knowledge of a transformation. 4344, 4454
Group (mathematical) not all science
Epistemology [20]: All knowledge is knowledge of transformation, 4311.
4310 4311
Transformation Monograph
Closure defined
Group (mathematical) origin of
Transformation Monograph
4328 4329

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1953
Black box, problem of the isomorphism
Invariant of Black Box
Isomorphism in Black Box
Group (mathematical) not all science
4458 4459
Summary: "Maximising profits" as a "keeping within limits."
Essential variables maximising
Society [61]: When limits of essential variables are 0 and + ∞, and random disturbances are likely, best strategy is to make the value maximal, as with profits, 4642.
Society [62]: Self locking by, Standing Orders 4642.
Summary: Self-locking in society.
Group (mathematical) not all science
Self-locking system in Parliament
Stable set in science
Standing Orders self-locking
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.
4642 4643

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1966
Summary: Reduction of high cylindrance to low; examples. 6611
Cylindrance reduction of, example
Group (mathematical) Lie
L(x+y)
6568 6569

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1967
Summary: To get predictions from kinematic topology, use repetitive structured inputs. 6773
Absolute system use in theory
ASP
Group (mathematical) in machines with input
6768 6769

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1968
Cylindrance of group
Group (mathematical) cylindrance of
Summary: The cylindrance of every group is 3
Summary: Cylindrance of the interaction set.
Cylindrance of interaction set
Interaction cylindrance of
6882 6883

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