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


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1942
Invariant
Summary: Some musings on bicycle riding.
Environment infinity of
Organisation [anduls] irritant
1131 1132

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1943
Invariant essence of
Substitution (mathematical) invariants of
Field (of substitution) invariants of
1245 1246

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1944
Summary: A note on exposition.
Summary: "Disturbance" and "ingressive" are defined.
Invariant collected notes
1627 1628

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1950
Summary: On the canonical equations of a regular system
Gestalt recognition
Invariant collected notes
Pattern (in general) recognition of
2925 2926

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1952
Invariant and 'purpose'
3676 3677
Invariant one helps another
Transducer inverse
3726 3727
Summary: On the operation that brings the representative point to a particular initial state. 3846, 4628
Convergence (of lines of behaviour)
Independence and convergence
Independence types of
Information convergence and
Invariant three types
3792 3793
Summary: Homogeneity implies group statistical regularity implies group. 3849
Invariant implies group
Summary: Examples testing dependence of F on xo.
3808 3809
Summary: Precise conditions under which a system is self-locking. 4242, 4275
Summary: Better proof of ultrastability.
Summary: We take 'things' invariants, and null-functions as fundamental because we must. 4146.2, 4235.9, 4943
Invariant why so important
Thing why important
The Multistable System [69]: Multistable system will first stabilise two of the null-functions, 4233.
The Multistable System [70]: Why the multistable system takes invarients as fundamental, 4233.
Epistemology [14]: Invariants are important because they can be adapted to at once, 4233.
4232 4233

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1953
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
Summary: Invariants of a dynamic system with parameters.
Summary: The Conditioned Reflex as a loss of power to transmit. 4430
Invariant "self-locking" as
Invariant "stable" as
Reflex, conditioned as loss of transmission
The Conditioned Reflex [43]: Conditioned reflex as loss of transmition, 4424.
Summary: Distinguish variety in design from variety during performance. Continued 4427 top, 4427, 4428, 4431
Genes more fundamental
4424 4425
Black box, problem of the isomorphism
Invariant of Black Box
Isomorphism in Black Box
Group (mathematical) not all science
4458 4459

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1954
Summary: We live by the incorporation of pieces that are already keepers-out of noise.
Determinate why important
Summary: Living organisms surround themselves with invariants.
Summary: Example of an adequate channel. Pantagruel, l.iii,ch.xxix
Invariant utility of
4972 4973
Summary: "Integrating" and transformation.
Integration (mathematical) and set theory
Summary: Nature of "invariance."
Determinate and 'closed'
Invariant nature of
Noise and closure
4982 4983

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