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.
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
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