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Resting state
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Ross indexed the following pages under the keyword: "Resting state".

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 Part-function that 'locks'Resting state of a partStimulus effect on multistable systems Summary: On the chance that a disturbance should alter the resting state of some part. (3272) DAMS (Dispersive and Multistable System) [70]: Effect of surrounding variables on resistance of a part to a stimulus that would force it to another resting state. 3146. (Theory of DAMS.) 3145 3146
 Resting state forcing system to another resting state Summary: A system of part-functions may be easier to change if it is built in stages of assembly.Break effect of joining on resistance to break 3147 3148
 Information in machinesMarkov process / chain affecting a machineMarkov process / chain equilibrium in ensembleParameter as source of informationResting state of system with Markoff parameter Summary: Canonical equations of the densities in state of a system disturbed by an information source. (See 3227) Information in machinesMarkov process / chain affecting a machine 3223 3224
 Summary: Wiring pattern of DAMS.Information in machines DAMS (Dispersive and Multistable System) [13]: Possible patterns for joining output and inputs, 3182, 3237. Information in machinesResting state maximal number 3237 3238
 Markov process / chain information fromParameter as source of informationResting state and information Transition probability and information 3275 3276
 Summary: Dispersion. Resting state number of 3307 3308
 Resting state maximal number 3319 3320
 Resting state maximal number Summary: Further data on what is required for many resting states. 3401 3402
 Information necessary for resting statesResting state and information Transducer destroying information 3403 3404
 Summary: How to stop part-functions from destroying information. 5291.9 Resting state maximal number DAMS (Dispersive and Multistable System) [24]: For DAMS to have many resting states it must have much independence internally 3423. 3422 3423
 Resting state shift when one variable is shiftedStimulus reaction is proportional to size of Summary: For a small disturbance, the effects everywhere tend to be proportional to the size of the disturbance. 3497 3498
 Summary: Definition of a system's 'intelligence' at a resting state.Resting state 'intelligence' at Anatomy as constraintEnvironment relation to anatomy 3535 3536

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 Summary: The mechanism underlying paranoia.Aggression relation to paranoia Information and resting statesResting state and information DAMS (Dispersive and Multistable System) [52]: The resting states of DAMS are not accessible unless a rich source of information is available and a broad channel into it, 3656. 3655 3656
 Information in vectorRank and resting stateResting state rank around Summary: Information, rank, equations. 3799Experimenter testing independenceExperimenter using primary operationsIndependence testing for 3788 3789
 Summary: Detail of 3844. Summary: Change full to step-functions for resting states.Equilibrium number of states ofResting state number of 3854 3855
 Resting state in chain of levels DAMS (Dispersive and Multistable System) [57]: Number of resting states when arranged DIAGRAM without neons, 3873. 3872 3873
 Basin method for manyResting state maximal number Summary: How to get many resting states (argued without a metric).Topology of my concepts 3978 3979
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