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1945
Summary: Some suggestions for a word to mean "survival-value". Note on selective operators.
Natural Selection [40]: Survival-value is the crux of the whole thing, 1852. Are two values to each selective operator 1853. Words for it, 1853.
Maze T.A. Ross' machine
1853 1854

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1950
Maze maze solving
The Conditioned Reflex [28]: Since the decerebrate dog still has abundant dynamic mechanisms, but cannot develop the more intricate reflexes, we can deduce that the intricate reflexes demand specialised mechanisms only to be found in the cortex. 2845, 2858.
Unsolved problems [9]: Transfer of training, from say one hand to the other, is not yet well explained 2846.
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1952
Summary: More illustrations that maths is based on physical, empirical knowledge. 3926
Summary: Real 'dial-readings'.
Summary: Itinerary in the States: London, New York, Chicago.
Summary: Itinerary in the States: Warren McCulloch. John Bowman at Mellon Institute, Pittsburgh. Koskoff. New York. Boston. MIT: [Lethrin ?], Walter Pitts, Norbert Wiener, Aitkins, Marvin Minsky, Mary Brazier.
Maze maze solving machines
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Summary: Itinerary in the States: Boston: Society for the Unity of Science. New York, Warren McCulloch, New England, 9th Macy Conference, Mrs Metzger (Ruth McCulloch's mother). Cambriidge, Walter Pits, Norbert Wiener, Bell Laboratories, New Jersey, Claude Shannon
Maze maze solving machines
Summary: Itinerary in the States: Richard Wallace, Philadelphia. Washngton, Mina Rees, Seymour Kety. New york, London.
3732 3733

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