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


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1947
Half-time of decay
Q to find
Homeostasis of pH
Regulation of pH
2118 2119

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1953
Summary: The α-rhythm.
Dispersion and alpha rhythm
Summary: Speed of adaptation can be achieved only by trials and comparisons.
Homeostasis basic theory
Regulation basic theory
DAMS (Dispersive and Multistable System) [88]: Speed of adaptation demands trials, 4385.
4384 4385
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
Summary: Quotation showing gross ignorance of the principles of organisation, by one who should know better.
Society [50]: Example showing present ignorance about organisation, 4394.
Summary: Two functions combining to an invariant. 4658
Homeostasis continuous form
Invariant [no] homeostasis
Regulation continuous form
4394 4395
Homeostasis 'costing' as method
Regulation "costing" as method
4636 4637
Homeostasis variety is necessary
Regulation variety is necessary
Requisite Variety, Law of stated
Summary: Only variation can force variation down - exact conditions necessary. 4662, 4674, 4750
Entropy necessary for regulation
Output variety in
Variety necessary for regulation
4658 4659
Homeostasis in homeostat
Homeostat two regulators in
Levels in homeostat
Regulation in homeostat
Summary: All regulations are included in the Markov chain's progression to an absorbing state. [deleted] 4676, 4678, 4683, 4695, 4701
Markov process / chain in machine
4660 4661
Constraint regulation as
Regulation basic nature
4674 4675
Noise regulation versus
Regulation regulation, several inputs
4680 4681
Error control by
Regulation by error
4688 4689
Summary: In information, the point of view of the element is very different from that of the set.
Searching variety in
Homeostat its discontinuous 2nd order process can be changed through intermediates to that of thermostat
Markov process / chain can be modified to give a field
Regulation discontinuous and continuous are related
Trial and error relation to continuous stability
4694 4695
Design standardised form
Regulation standard form
4720 4721
Variety in a vector
Summary: Information going into a system to design two parts. 5006
Behaviour and design
Design and behaviour
Genes as ultimate regulator
Regulation by genes
4736 4737
Summary: Riguet's statement of "relational mechanics." 4751
Regulation implies both activity and non-activity
4748 4749

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1954
Summary: The limit of progressive regulation.
Amplifier limit of
Regulation limit of
Control as reduction
Equilibrium and information
Information as reduction
Regulation and information
Selection and information
Survival in set theory
4794 4795
Regulation repetitive disturbance
Triunique mapping
4802 4803
Amplifier of regulation
Design with repetition
Summary: Gain in regulation when the sequence has repetition. 4831, 5002, 5070
Design machine showing design
Design rate of change of design
Regulation of design
Epistemology [36]: A machine of n states requires n steps before the observer can know its design 4809.
4808 4809
Summary: Change of state and change of design.
Summary: The "tracker" as regulator.
Regulation "tracker" as example
Summary: Error controlled regulation.
Regulation by error
4810 4811
Summary: Levels in regulation.
Regulation levels in regulation
Summary: Learning is worth while only when the disturbance will be repeated.
Learning useful against repetition
4812 4813
Hunt and stick in machine
Markov process / chain producing one state
Summary: Hunt-and-stick is a more general form of stability. 4881, 5046
Equilibrium "hunt and stick" as
Hunt and stick as stability
Regulation fundamental process
4842 4843
Summary: The amount of design in "keep moving".
Reduction in machine
Step-mechanism proposed
Summary: There are two distinct reasons why a machine may be used in regulation. 5046
Regulation machine and regulation
4880 4881
Regulation multiplicity of aims
Summary: Speed is merely one of many demands that can made to qualify simple adaptation. 4964
Optimum selecting efficiently
Selection definition of object by reference to others
4900 4901
Summary: Behaviour when the feedback can carry only one bit.
Regulation all types collected
5012 5013

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1955
Machine amount of design
Summary: More on "the amount of design in a machine".
Amplifier of regulation
Regulation amplification of
5072 5073
Organisation advantage of
Design and reducibility
Regulation and reducibility
5132 5133
Summary: The structure of the regulator. (Note that the inverse, [w-1], has appeared at last!)
Regulation as inverse
Transducer regulator as inverse
Extrapolation
Future prediction of
Prediction is it possible?
5220 5221

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1957
Summary: The distinction between aggression and non-aggression corresponds, respectively, to having or not having a regulator. 5694
Regulation as aggression
Essential variables abstract form
Machine essential variables of machine
Survival and essential variables, abstractly
5572 5573

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1958
Information more than 1 man-lifetime
Regulation and reducibility
5792 5793
Adaptation spontaneous generation
Intelligence spontaneous generation
Summary: How to generate Life and Intelligence with probability 1
Regulation must have parts
5960 5961
Summary: Pidget on conception of space.
Topology and child
Coordination in set theory
Directive correlation (Sommerhoff) in set theory
Organisation in set theory
Regulation in set theory
5992 5993
Summary: In DAMS, I went for the cutting-up; I should have gone for the equilibria. 6028
Coordination in set theory
Directive correlation (Sommerhoff) in set theory
Regulation in set theory
6020 6021

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1960
Summary: ... no regulator can be more effective than the state-determined system.
Determinate is best regulator
Regulation determinate is best
6158 6159

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1963
Regulation differential equation expressing
Summary: How two functions f and g must be related if they transmit the value x independently of the value of y. [DIAGRAM]
Summary: Some "geniuses" are just the people who happen to be right. 6570
Genius
6434 6435

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1968
Error Conant's theorem
Regulation Conant's study
Summary: Conant's theorem that the error controlled feedback regulator conserves information. 6942
Collapsing theorems Conant's
Continuity and information
Discrimination effect of loss, on H,T,Q
Interaction effects of collapsing
Transmission after collapsing
6832 6833
Summary: Coordination is possible without nerves.
Coordination and regulation
Regulation and coordination
Transmission in regulation and coordination
6916 6917
Summary: For best regulation, the environment must be a homomorphism of the regulator. But see 6934
Homomorphism proved necessary
Regulation homomorphism for maximal
Summary: Definition of homomorphic machines with input. 6936
Machine algebraic theory
6932 6933

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