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


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1931
Mathematics of operators
Operator linear operator
0363 0364
Group (mathematical) origin of
Operator as relation
Organisation Eddington on
Relation and group
Relation as operator
Unobservables Coulomb force
Vision binocular
Mesa phenomenon
Network transmission through
Organisation of operators
Pattern (in general) as group-structure
0371 0372
Group (mathematical) = structure, pattern
Indexed as far as Reprint
Pattern (in general) as group-structure
Operator spectral set
0377 0378

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1940
Gestalt operators and
Operator as relation
Organisation of operators
Relation as operator
Impulse pattern and organisation
Neuron essential function
0803 0804
Equilibrium "in exhaustion"
Equilibrium and group
Gestalt as stabiliser
Group (mathematical) as stabiliser
Operator as generators
0811 0812
Organisation important variables
Variable central
Group (mathematical) of optical illusion
Operator of optical illusion
0823 0824
Group (mathematical) = structure, pattern
Operator and orgaisation
Organisation two meanings
Space-time and patterns
Equilibrium characteristics of
Pattern (in general) as group-structure
0829 0830

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1941
Equilibrium and entropy
Operator and entropy
Equilibrium in cycle
Neutral point (of equilibrium - including 'cycle', 'region' etc.) as cycle
0881 0882
Operator = machine
Organisation machine = substitution operator
Organisation specification of
Substitution (mathematical) specifies machine
Break in machine
Break surface
Neutral point (of equilibrium - including 'cycle', 'region' etc.) defined
0905 0906
Operator for reflex
Organisation machine = substitution operator
Reflex as operator
Stimulus group structure of
Substitution (mathematical) for reflex
0913 0914
Entropy and sensory adaptation
Differential equation turned to operator
Group (mathematical) and machine
Isomorphism in machine
Operator = differential equation
Substitution (mathematical) as differential equation
0917 0918
Laplace's equation: [?^2V=0] not dynamic
Operator independent of time
Space-time and clairvoyance
Time and substitution operator
0919 0920
Operator and movement
1011 1012
Summary: Formulae are given in the special case where one variable always moves towards some function of the other variables.
Operator special
Adaptation by break
Break and adaptation
1067 1068

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1943
Summary: The number of possible ways of organising n variables is at last answered. It is of the order of |n
Operator example
Substitution (mathematical) example
Summary: An interesting elementary substitution is described. It demonstrates paths going to infinity and neutral cycles. (Better 3776)
Neutral point (of equilibrium - including 'cycle', 'region' etc.) example of cycle
1217 1218

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1944
Operator embroidery as
Pattern (in general) and operators
1747 1748

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1952
Summary: Three ideas.
Feedback importance of
Operator and feedback
Natural Selection [47]: Evolution is, in a sense, regenerative and unstable, 3645.
Levels involve environment
3645 3646

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1953
Summary: Must every system drift to the condition of maximal internal separation? 4500, 4524
Summary: Cap or intersection as selective operator.
Summary: Unsolved problem. Solved 5009
Operator n (intersection) as selector
Selection by n (intersection operator)
4472 4473
Mapping stimulus as
Operator stimulus as
Stimulus as application
Summary: Repetition of a well-defined stimulus simply creates a new, compound, operator, that has stable sets with new, interesting, properties. 4630, 4632
4628 4629
Mapping product mapping
Operator product operator
Stimulus compound
Summary: Stable sets of a product application. 4762
4630 4631

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1955
Absolute system algebraic test
Canonical equations as [TPT-1]
Canonical equations in set theory
Operator from protocol
Protocol deducing absolute system
5058 5059
Summary: The quatity of design in measured by the size of the set that is drawn from. 5070, 5071, 5072
Behaviour operations with
Operator for behaviour
5062 5063
Operator "spreading" operator
Spreading operator defined
5170 5171

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1957
Equilibrium under compound operators
Habituation as equilibrium
Operator compound operator and equilibrium
5704 5705
Summary: Step-functions have done their job and may now retire.
Operator as communication
5784 5785

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1958
Summary: (1) A part, may be rich in stable subsets. (2) Death hits both organism and environment.
Laws of nature that "change themselves"
Operator that changes itself
Transformation that changes itself
5816 5817

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1959
Domain change of
Function change of domain
Operator change of domain
6108 6109

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1961
Coordination compound equilibria
Equilibrium list of compound equilibria
Mapping compound equilibria
Operator compound eqilibria
Summary: Equilibria and their properties. 6373, 6389
6350 6351

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1966
Summary: "I", in a dream, is not necessarily the site of intellectual activity.
Archer dream of
Dream and "self"
Self-awareness impossible
Markov process / chain all operators
Matrix all operators
Operator all as transition matrices
6592 6593

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1967
Summary: Importance of alternation of operators.
Alternation as operator
Anticipation alternation in
Habituation aternation in
Habituation conditioned reflex as
Reflex, conditioned alterations, forcing
Trajectory long, with equilibrium
Forcing a variable theorem of
Insistance theorem of
Operator forcing
Operator insistence
Polystable forcing of
6754 6755

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