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


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1950
Summary: Redundancy and information.
Markov process / chain examples
Memory sentence with short memory
Redundancy organisms prefer highly redundant information
Sentence with limited memory
The Multistable System [15]: Human beings like information to be highly redundant: does this link with replication in multistable systems? 2993.
2993 2994

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1951
Summary: History of DAMS.
Summary: Sex and the Multistable System
Natural Selection [5]: There are two sexes so as to bring together all mutations. Each valve in DAMS has two inputs for the same reason 3509.
DAMS (Dispersive and Multistable System) [34]: History of DAMS: taken down for uniformisation, 3509.
DAMS (Dispersive and Multistable System) [35]: The two inputs to each value cause mixing just as do two sexes, 3509.
Information nature of
Redundancy organisms prefer highly redundant information
3509 3510

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1955
Summary: Bridgman on operations.
Atom redundancy among atoms
Operational principle Bridgman on
Redundancy at atomic level
Quotations [6]: What a man means by a term is to be found by observing what he does with it, not by what he says about it. Bridgeman 5114.
Society [64]: Societies far from the atomic level are too many to give a necessary law, though a constraint may be found in practice. 5113, 5115.
DAMS (Dispersive and Multistable System) [95]: The "law" of a system (or set of systems) far from the atomic level can be found only empirically. 5115.
5114 5115

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1956
Summary: What is necessary for the accumulation of adaptations. 5410, 5540, 5592, 5601, 5617, 5632, 5746
Dispersion proved necessary
Dispersion redundant
Redundancy in dispersion
5356 5357

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1961
Summary: The physicist's equilibrium at zero free-energy and the biologist's homeostasis.
Chess three "organisations"
Organisation and redundancy
Redundancy three in chess
6366 6367

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1962
Organisation and redundancy
Redundancy and organisation
6378 6379

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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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