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Ross indexed the following pages under the keyword: "Homeostasis".


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1931
Energy and equilibrium
Equilibrium in a field
Equilibrium necessary for existence
Ernshaw's theorem
Homeostasis defined
Space-time and measuring rod
0365 0366

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1940
Chatelier, Rule of Le
Equilibrium
Homeostasis Regulation
Neutral point (of equilibrium - including 'cycle', 'region' etc.) moving
0793 0794

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1943
Homeostasis Carrel's list
1301 1302

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1947
Half-time of decay
Q to find
Homeostasis of pH
Regulation of pH
2118 2119
Summary: Pavlov and the conditioned reflex seems to make little contact with my work, chiefly because he allows the dog no interaction with the environment.
Homeostasis Cannon applied it to social and industrial systems
Homeostasis defined
Homeostasis review of Cannon on
Society [3]: As man in society is analogous to the neurone in the brain, the same solution will do for both. Cannon thinks the same, 2195, 2198.
2194 2195
Coordination diagrams
Homeostasis illustrations
Coordination diagrams
Homeostasis illustrations
2252 2253
Coordination diagrams
Homeostasis illustrations
Coordination diagrams
Homeostasis illustrations
2254 2255
Coordination diagrams
Homeostasis illustrations
Coordination diagrams
Homeostasis illustrations
2256 2257
Homeostasis illustrations
2264 2264+01

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1952
Adaptation as destruction of information
Homeostasis as destruction of information
3940 3941

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1953
Summary: The α-rhythm.
Dispersion and alpha rhythm
Summary: Speed of adaptation can be achieved only by trials and comparisons.
Homeostasis basic theory
Regulation basic theory
DAMS (Dispersive and Multistable System) [88]: Speed of adaptation demands trials, 4385.
4384 4385
Summary: Lack of variety and step-function are equivalent. 4439, 4440
Constraint and step-function
Protocol constraint in
Step function = lack of variety
Summary: Apparent inertia in adaptation.
Homeostasis transients [no]
Regulation transients in
Transient defined
Natural Selection [77]: Fisher's explanation of apparent inertia in evolution, 4389.
4388 4389
Summary: Quotation showing gross ignorance of the principles of organisation, by one who should know better.
Society [50]: Example showing present ignorance about organisation, 4394.
Summary: Two functions combining to an invariant. 4658
Homeostasis continuous form
Invariant [no] homeostasis
Regulation continuous form
4394 4395
Homeostasis 'costing' as method
Regulation "costing" as method
4636 4637
Homeostasis variety is necessary
Regulation variety is necessary
Requisite Variety, Law of stated
Summary: Only variation can force variation down - exact conditions necessary. 4662, 4674, 4750
Entropy necessary for regulation
Output variety in
Variety necessary for regulation
4658 4659
Homeostasis in homeostat
Homeostat two regulators in
Levels in homeostat
Regulation in homeostat
Summary: All regulations are included in the Markov chain's progression to an absorbing state. [deleted] 4676, 4678, 4683, 4695, 4701
Markov process / chain in machine
4660 4661

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1955
Entropy zero entropy
Homeostasis as noise-correction
Noise homeostasis as anti-noise
Requisite Variety, Law of as noise-correction
Summary: Law of Requisite Variety as law for suppression of noise.
Feedback and persistance
Quantum theory and Black Box
5242 5243

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1961
Summary: How to make a multistable system.
Energy and equilibrium irrelevant
Equilibrium irrelevance of energy
Homeostasis and energy
6364 6365

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