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

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 Summary: Response of linear system to an input when its response to a step-function is known.Interaction Poincaré onOutput to given input Statistical mechanics Poincaré on 2597 2598
 Canonical equations Laplace transformation Solution of linear equations byLinear system Output to given input Summary: Solution of linear differential equations by Laplace transforms.Linear system input of simple harmonic motionOscillation forced 2599 2600

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 Summary: Sensory (dispersive) cortex must contain no learning mechanisms.Cortex, visual must contain no memoryReceptors and sensory cortex must contain no learning apparatus Chasing equation ofCoding in machineOutput as function of inputTransformation function-forming 2989 2990

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 Information in machinesMarkov process / chain affecting a machine Summary: Shannon and I.Chasing equation ofCoding in machineConstant intrinsic stability definitionEquilibrium 'constant intrinsic'Information in machinesMarkov process / chain affecting a machineOutput as function of inputTransformation function-forming 3199 3200
 Summary: Thinking of the machine as having a finite number of states is the fundamentally sound method. Oddments [30]: Probabilities in continuous statistical systems should always be obtained as limits from finite countable states, 3399. Summary: How to integrate step by step when parts have outputs. 4498 shows how it should be done.Constant intrinsic stability integration of equationsOutput integration and output 3399 3400

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 Homeostasis variety is necessaryRegulation variety is necessaryRequisite Variety, Law of stated Summary: Only variation can force variation down - exact conditions necessary. 4662, 4674, 4750Entropy necessary for regulationOutput variety inVariety necessary for regulation 4658 4659
 Markov process / chain dominating Markov processTransition probability with Markov parameter Summary: Markovian parameters to Markov chain. 4700 Summary: Meaning of "output".Output meaning of 4672 4673

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 Dynamic system stochasticMachine stochastic machineStochastic processes in machine Input definedMarkov process / chain the Markov machineOutput definedTransition probability in Markov machine 4768 4769
 Summary: "Output to an input" is a relation of order, and may give a lattice.Arc as partly ordered setCortex partly ordered arcs inInput input to output as orderLattice input to output latticeOrder among arcsOutput output to input, as orderPartly ordered set arcs as partly ordered set Summary: Complex taps can be easily built by mere conjunction of many simple. 4792Design of complex tapDynamic system for repetitive workMachine for repetitive regulationRelay design of 4788 4789
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