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1948
Summary: Richter believes the basic drives are homeostatic.
Summary: In large systems the intrinsic stabilities of the units may become less important while the effect of joinings become dominant.
Joining in large systems
Large system self-stabilising system
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.
2400 2401

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1951
Summary: Steady states in an infinite system.
Statistical mechanics density in phase
Stochastic processes differential equations
Joining by [x'=e-x2-...]
Statistical mechanics density in phase
Stochastic processes differential equations
3129 3130
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

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1952
Summary: A more rigorous definition of full, part, step, and null functions. Try it on 3900, 4604
Joining geometric
Summary: Joining parts to form a whole.
Personal notes [15]: Change of direction at Burden Neurological Institute. 4003.
4002 4003
Joining non-metric
4044 4045
Joining of systems
Transformation Monograph
Transformation Monograph
4332 4333

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1953
Summary: A single machine contains many "informations", most of which do not interact with the others. Example 4577
Information two need not interact
Summary: Joining absolute systems without metric. Example 4473, 4498, 4733
Joining general theory
4470 4471
Homeostat and Markov process
Joining two Markov chains
Markov process / chain building 'machine of'
Summary: Markov chains as component parts for building a machine. 4703, 4770
4700 4701
Summary: A set of determinate machines do not give a Markov chain.
Design in joining
Joining design in
Part joining
Variety in joining
4732 4733

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1954
Joining tensor calculus of
Machine Riguet's definition
Tensor product of two machines
4766 4767
Joining stochastic machines
4770 4771
Design of reducible machine
Reducibility and design
Joining design in
5006 5007

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1955
Interaction and prediction
Joining and prediction
5078 5079
Summary: Finding a maximising formula.
Max( ) (function) strategy of
Joining tensor method
Tensor coupling, re-stated
5094 5095

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1956
Diagram of immediate effects (D.I.E.) and length of trajectory
Joining and length of trajectory
Trajectory length and coupling
Feedback and length of trajectory
5392 5393
Joining and state of equilibrium
5404 5405

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1957
Joining and generality
State representation by
Transformation most general form
Variable do not add generality
5442 5443
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
Joining fully general
5448 5449
Summary: If all parts have a constant probability that a given state, for various conditions, is equilibrial*, the whole's probability that its (whole) state is equilibrial depends on the coupling. 5461 * And one arbitrary, coupling is used.
Joining for many equilibria
5450 5451
Joining 'random'
Random coupling
Iterated systems "coupling" of
5456 5457
Joining fully general
Organisation full generality
Summary: How the building of any whole from parts can be given complete generality: let each part's input range over all other part's states; and let the cells of the table be filled arbitrarily and independently. 5482, 5507, 5662
5474 5475
Summary: "Confluent" defined (as noun). 5512
Machine Markovian
Markov process / chain in machine
Summary: The theory of the determinate machine includes the practical aspects of the theory of the Markovian machine.
Joining 'random'
Random coupling
5498 5499

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1958
Summary: We may see a whole with any set of components we like. Division of a whole into parts is relative, so far as labelling is concerned. Review 5977
Absolute system various divisions
Analysis relativity of
Joining relativity of
5970 5971

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1969
Joining and interactions
7010 7011

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