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


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1950
Summary: Conditioned reflex in ultrastable system regarded as change of resting state. 2855, 5855, 6745
Boolean algebra of relays
Relay Boole algebra of
Switching Boole algebra of
2765 2766

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1953
Summary: Regulation when several inputs disturb.
Initial state in regulation
Homeostat variety via relay
Relay regulation via relay
Transient in regulation
4682 4683

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1954
Summary: "Output to an input" is a relation of order, and may give a lattice.
Arc as partly ordered set
Cortex partly ordered arcs in
Input input to output as order
Lattice input to output lattice
Order among arcs
Output output to input, as order
Partly ordered set arcs as partly ordered set
Summary: Complex taps can be easily built by mere conjunction of many simple. 4792
Design of complex tap
Dynamic system for repetitive work
Machine for repetitive regulation
Relay design of
4788 4789
Summary: The homeostat does amplify. 4794>
Amplifier homeostat as
Homeostat amplification in
Relay design of
Summary: Designing a machine to build a machine. 4808 (top), 5070, 5072
Dynamic system dynamic system that "designs" another dynamic system
Machine designed mediately
Machine that designs machine
Epistemology [37]: Machine that builds a machine 4793.
4792 4793

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1956
Summary: A system that attempts to correct multiple arcs will go to an equilibrium with a certain fraction of its arcs correct. If momentarily better than that fraction, it will drift back to it. 5410, 5415
Retroactive inhibition prevented operatively
The Multistable System [109]: A system that adapts by correcting multiple arcs moves to an equilibrial "percentage adapted" - for the more there are adapted, the greater is the chance that correction of one unadapted will upset the adapted, 5360.
Relay can do anything
5360 5361

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1958
Summary: "How much information in a brain?" is best preceeded by consideration of "how much information in a flip-flop?" 6043.8, 6179.9
Relay information in
6004 6005

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1960
Summary: Solution of the linear difference equation.
Electron has number of states possible
Relay has infinite states possible
6179 6179A

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