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1953
Summary: Lack of variety and step-function are equivalent. 4439, 4440
Constraint and step-function
Protocol constraint in
Step function = lack of variety
Summary: Apparent inertia in adaptation.
Homeostasis transients [no]
Regulation transients in
Transient defined
Natural Selection [77]: Fisher's explanation of apparent inertia in evolution, 4389.
4388 4389

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1954
Protocol primary observation
4954 4955

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1955
Summary: Studying a system...
Constraint machine as
Machine as constraint
Protocol deducing input
Summary: "Machine" as constraint in a sequence. But see 5074
5056 5057
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 structure of a machine, derived from a protocol.
Protocol deducing machine
5082 5083
Summary: Structure of machine in a protocol. 5170, 5192, 6071
Equivalence relation over protocol
Homomorphism over protocol
Protocol equivalent relations over
Summary: The problem of "simplifying" a machine.
Gödel's theorem described
Simplicity in homomorphisms
5084 5085
Summary: "A can predict the behaviour of B" is equivalent to "A is isomorphic with B". 5193
Cause Mach on cause
Protocol constraint in
Constraint science as constraint, Mach on
Laws of nature as constraint
Science as constraint
Quotations [5]: Scientific law as a re-coding: "Science itself, therefore, may be regarded as a minimal problem, consisting of the completest possible presentment of facts with the least possible expenditive of thought [his italics]." Ernest Mach 5187.9.
5186 5187
Summary: Psychological and anatomical patterns will usually be different. Cf. Introduction to Cybernetics S.6/11
Diagram of immediate effects (D.I.E.) anatomical or physiological?
Summary: Two meanings of "input".
Input two meanings
Protocol general theory of
5190 5191
Constraint in protocal, theory
Protocol general theory of
Protocol general theory of
5192 5193
Canonical equations in protocol
Machine in protocol
Protocol general theory of
Summary: Constraints in protocols. 5978
Protocol general theory of
5194 5195
Protocol general theory of
Protocol general theory of
5196 5197
Memory in protocol
Protocol general theory of
Protocol general theory of
5198 5199
Protocol general theory of
Protocol general theory of
5200 5201
Derivative replacing variable
Difference replacing variable
Protocol general theory of
Protocol general theory of
5202 5203
Protocol general theory of
5204 5204-A
Protocol general theory of
Unobservables replacement by other observations
Protocol general theory of
5205 5206
Protocol general theory of
Protocol general theory of
5207 5208
Summary: Use of observations at times earlier than "immediately preceding." Qualified 5210.3 5228, 5236
Definition and experience
Experience and definition
Protocol general theory of
Summary: Definition, and the law of experience. 5254
Protocol general theory of
5209 5210
Protocol general theory of
Protocol general theory of
5211 5212
Summary: In the absolute system, the use of earlier states may be inefficient. 5869
Protocol general theory of
5213 5214

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1956
Egyptian steam engine protocol
Machine ancient Egyptian
Protocol Egyptian Steam Engine
Steam engine ancient Egyptian
Summary: Abstract machinery.
5300 5301

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1958
Summary: Some systems are not to be understood, or controlled, by the amount of information that can be accepted in 1 man lifetime. 5810
Information direction is irrelevant
Summary: The symmetrical relation between transmitter and receiver, of McGill and Garner and Woodward, is: between two variables' variations a constraint has been perceived. 5820
Constraint information as
Protocol constraint in
5794 5795

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