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


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1931
Relation world-building by
0347 0348
Electron force
Epistemology
Laws of nature empiric and epistemologic
Observable equals relation
Relation only observable
Unobservables
Probability irreversible
Probability only observable
Reversible process and probability
0367 0368
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

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1940
Organisation Humphrey on
Relation essence of organisation
0789 0790
Gestalt operators and
Operator as relation
Organisation of operators
Relation as operator
Impulse pattern and organisation
Neuron essential function
0803 0804

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1950
Constraint and natural law
Laws of nature discovery, and adaptation
Relation economy of
Epistemology [3]: An early review of what is meant by 'knowing' { 2790 - 2801 }
Summary: Discovering a scientific law is like an animal getting one reaction-system adapted to more than one environment. (Summary 2797)
Epistemology [3]: An early review of what is meant by 'knowing' { 2790 - 2801 }
2791 2792

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1952
Summary: A variable 'is' whatever a particular system, perhaps ourselves, sees it as. (But see 4000) and 3896,
Relation equivalence relation
Summary: "interacts with" is an equivalence relation.
3892 3893

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1953
Relation binary
Summary: Riguet on binary relations. 4470, 4498, 4566, 4581, 4604, 4632
4436 4437
Summary: §2 The method of models
Adaptation speeding up adaptation
Constraint effects of
Speed (of adaptation) of learning
Society [55]: Methods of getting solution more quickly { 4560 - 4575 }
Summary: §3 Constraints on the operands A and B
Adaptation speeding up adaptation
Constraint effects of
Relation defines subset
Speed (of adaptation) of learning
Society [55]: Methods of getting solution more quickly { 4560 - 4575 }
4562 4563

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1954
Summary: Many concepts include that of "reduction". 4880, 4950, 4963
Design and information
Machine as reduction
Prediction as reduction
Problems solving problems
Property as information
Reduction many forms
Relation as information
Code military
Coding theory of
Strategy of trial and error
Trial and error optimal method
4796 4797
Isomorphism in set theory
Relation nature of
Implication in set theory
4836 4837

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1955
Summary: Application of system theory to History.
Equilibrium giving binary relation
Machine binary relation in
Relation binary, in machine
Set or Ensemble operations and machine
5144 5145
Summary: Memory must fail if new information is forced in. 5205
Machine binary relation in
Relation binary, in machine
5180 5181
Summary: Quotations from Mach.
Corespondence as constraint
Quotations [57]: "All science has its origin in the needs of life." Ernst Mach 5188.
Summary: The concept of "constraint" includes correspondence, mapping, relation, as special cases.
Constraint correspondence as
Relation as constraint
5188 5189

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1958
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
Summary: A new form of independence and the "proxy" relation.
Proxy relation
Relation "proxy" relation
Isomorphism Hilton's extension
Relation isomorphism generalised
5914 5915
Relation between relations
5920 5921
Summary: The notion of two machines being "similar", or even just "related", has been completely generalised.
Machine "similarity" generalised
Relation between machines
Similarity generalised
6014 6015
Summary: A proposition is "atomic" if its user does not propose to break it up.
Summary: The brain may be like a digital computer in being error-free by going from equilibrium to equilibrium. 6126
Equilibrium give error-free action
Summary: Irreducible complexity.
Summary: Simple "relations".
Relation simple examples
6066 6067

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1960
Summary: Review of Suppes' book.
Neighborhood (in topology)
Relation Wiener's suggestion
Metric by clubbing
Topology by clubbing
Topology of brain and machine
6276 6277

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1961
Energy and equilibrium irrelevant
Equilibrium and energy
Max( ) (function) energy and equilibrium
Minimum energy and equilibrium
Summary: Energy flow is neither maximal nor minimal at equilibrium; it is just irrelevant. 6321, 6345, 6350, 6365
Constraint through relation
Relation transmits constraint
Selection through relation
6294 6295

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1967
Summary: Group therapy in kinematic graphs. 6811
Information axioms of
Summary: Axioms of information theory.
Cylindrance and reducibility
Explanation cylindrance of
Relation Five-fold
6770 6771
Machine relations compatible
Relation compatible with machine
Summary: If two binary relations are each compatible with a machine, then so is their composition.
6808 6809

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1968
Relation and transmission
Transmission with constraint
Channel capacity of machine
Noise just another input
Sub-system finding, by Conant
6834 6835

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1970
Summary: "Between" as subset (of a 3-dimensional) space.
Between as ternary relation
Relation of "between"
7122 7123

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