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1930
Chronaxy
Inhibition
Stimulus
Basic pattern
Dream
Environment and impulse pattern
Essential light of retina
Impulse pattern
Memory and chronaxy pattern
Pattern (in general) and memory
Vision in dreams
0209 0210

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1931
Mathematics of pattern
Pattern (in general) mathematics of
0267 0268
Conscious mind function of
Learning in apes
Pattern (in general) MacCurdy on
Reactions tend to combine
Affect
Excitation without outlet
Stimulus attention to
Unconscious, the funtion of
0307 0308
Conscious mind
Instinct and wishes
Unconscious, the and words
Chronaxy and learning
Cortex, sensory and senglion
Instinct and habit
Memory pattern in
Pattern (in general) and memory
Sensation and senglion
0319 0320
Excitation
Dominance in growth
Pattern (in general) in development
0327 0328
Impulse, nervous guided by pattern
Pattern (in general) MacCurdy on
Memory pattern in
Neuron and pattern
Pattern (in general) and memory
0329 0330
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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1932
Impulse, nervous and conditioned reflex
Neuron essential function
Pattern (in general)
0433 0434

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1933
Differential equation in physics
Dominance and levels
Integration (physiological) of patterns
Learning
Levels and nirvanophilia
Memory
Pattern (in general) integration of
0439 0440

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1934
Equilibrium two forces for
Introspection
Nirvanophilia
Pattern (in general)
Memory and foresight
Memory review
0447 0448
Mathematics of pattern
Pattern (in general) mathematics of
0453 0454

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1935
Pattern (in general)
Memory pattern in
0459 0460

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1937
Dream and memory
Memory protoplasm
Equilibrium two forces for
Nirvanophilia as a force
Pattern (in general) as a force
0461 0462

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1939
Basic pattern in cortex
Cortex as elastic network
Holism in cortex
Impulse pattern in cortex
Pattern (in general)
Waves ripple theory
0569 0570

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1940
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
Group (mathematical) basic
Hallucination and isomorphism
Isomorphism and neurosis
Pattern (in general) and neurosis
0871 0872
Organisation two meanings united
Pattern (in general) as group-structure
Adaptation an illusion
Environment must be "orderly"
Intelligence is blind
Neutral point (of equilibrium - including 'cycle', 'region' etc.) in a pattern
0909 0910

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

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1947
Summary: Clarification of "stimulus" and some collected types. (See 2486)
Pattern (in general) as stimulus
Constraint at input
Input variety in
Reflex, conditioned fusion of parameters
2218 2219

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1948
Gestalt recognition
Pattern (in general) as stimulus
2467 2468

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1950
Baudot code
Information in genes
Summary: Information theory.
Pattern (in general) recognition of
2819 2820
Group (mathematical) and pattern
Pattern (in general) as group-structure
Summary: Example of pattern and group.
Markov process / chain predicting words and letters
2823 2824
Pattern (in general) recognition of
2849 2850
Pattern (in general) recognition of
2885 2886
Summary: On the canonical equations of a regular system
Gestalt recognition
Invariant collected notes
Pattern (in general) recognition of
2925 2926

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1953
Summary: More constraints means fewer possibilities but more discoverable patterns, 4504
Summary: In set theory, remember that inequalities are likely to have cybernetic applications. 4503
Asymmetry importance of
Constraint generates pattern
Pattern (in general) as constraint
Summary: Set theory and its use.
Set or Ensemble set theory
4494 4495
Summary: The method of models, for quicker searching. Review 4560-4575
Isomorphism use of
Pattern (in general) use of
4556 4557

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1957
Function random function
Orthogonality of criteria
Pattern (in general) recognition of
Recognition by random functions
5560 5561

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1958
Experience makes every machine stable in a sense
Stability every machine is
Summary: When the machine with input is determinate, the output-trajectory determined by a given input-trajectory is stable.
Pattern (in general) recognition of
Perceptron
5834 5835
Confluant and conditioned reflex
Diffusion of pattern
Equilibrium under regular transitions
Input pattern in
Inscription defined
Isomorphism transitions and confluents
Learning without feedback
Pattern (in general) transmission of
Summary: The pattern in the confluents tends to copy the pattern in the input-transitions. Stochastic case: 5873, 5892
Anticipation automatic
Confluant and conditioned reflex
Continuity learning the structure
Dimension learning it empirically
Equilibrium under regular transitions
Prediction automatic
5844 5845
Constraint trasmission of
Mapping of binary relation to mapping
Pattern (in general) transmission of
Relation transission of
Summary: How a relation is transmitted by an operator.
5892 5893
Odd-one-out
Pattern (in general) all are arbitrary
Recognition of pattern (odd-one-out)
5896 5897
Summary: "Isomorphism" as one of many relations that may hold between relations.
Laws of nature of patterns
Pattern (in general) laws of pattern
5922 5923

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1959
Summary: The value of the new logic of mechanism can easily be over-rated.
Pattern (in general) transmission of
Transition constraint on
Transmission of pattern
6078 6078+01

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1960
Summary: Set theory: model or language?
Set or Ensemble and brain
Pattern (in general) transmission of
Transition constraint on
6142 6143
Requisite Variety, Law of application to accumulation
Summary: When there is no information about the problems that recur, accumulation demands that the activations are small and that the "chance" method be used. 6227
Equivalence relation are arbitory
Pattern (in general) all are arbitrary
Perceptron
6166 6167
Summary: More on self-reproduction.
Pattern (in general) recognition of
Reproduction more examples
6180 6181
Coding of pattern, [?-1S?]
Equivalence relation and pattern
Pattern (in general) after coding, [?-1S?]
Transformation of a pattern, ?-1S?
6222+04 6223

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1961
Waves wave-function as determinate system
Summary: The dynamics of the wave-function is that of a state-determined system.
Pattern (in general) are arbitrary
6304 6305
Summary: Pattern recognition is arbitrary.
Pattern (in general) are arbitrary
Anticipation theory
6346 6347

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1965
Summary: All the maths we know has low cylindrance. 6551
Pattern (in general) examples of how many
6544 6545

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1966
Summary: Solution of the paradox of the pendulums.
Pattern (in general) stored as mechanism
Redundancy storage of
6630 6631

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1967
Entropy fall in state-determined-system
Constraint increase with time
Laws of nature increase with time
Pattern (in general) increase with time
Planet growth of law on
Steady state on planet, and law
Time makes law increase
6772 6773
Pattern (in general) generates a set
Set or Ensemble generated by pattern
Summary: Example of the message generating the set it comes from.
ASP how succeed faster
Prediction ASP
6810 6811

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1968
Memory must develop
Summary: Any memory-determined system (more than one state back) must show ever-increasing constraint over the successive memory spans.
Memory and increase
Pattern (in general) exchange with memory
6850 6851

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