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


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1943
Break mostly harmful
Organisation selection of
Selection of organisations
1255 1256

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1949
Memory and selectivity
Selection needs memory
Selection of wave length
2625 2626

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1951
Cleverness may be purely negative
Selection of patterns
Summary: 'Positive' cleverness may be really only what is left after the elimination of nonsense. 4578 5307.3 (See 3629)
Information amplifier for
3609 3610
Selection example
Natural Selection [37]: Illustration of the power of 'mere' selection, 3633.
Arc active and inactive
Arc number of
The Multistable System [92]: The number of arcs that a reaction activates; distribution and average, 3634.
The Multistable System [93]: Number of reactions that will use a given arc; distribution and average, 3634.
DAMS (Dispersive and Multistable System) [48]: Numerical estimates of DAMS' efficiency in dispersion, 3634.
3633 3634

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1952
Natural Selection [52]: Abstact form of 'selection', 4036.
Summary: Abstract, and objective form of 'selection'. Review: 4137. 4099, 4229
Selection abstract definition
4036 4037
Summary: Destruction of information. 4164, 4166. Review 4151, 4385
Summary: Monograph on Evolution.
Self-locking system two examples
Natural Selection [63]: Monograph on Evolution { 4136 - 4155 }.
The Multistable System [53]: Mongraph on Evolution, { 4136 - 4155 }.
Summary: Part 1: Selection.
Adaptation equals selection
Selection monograph on
Natural Selection [63]: Monograph on Evolution { 4136 - 4155 }.
The Multistable System [53]: Mongraph on Evolution, { 4136 - 4155 }.
4136 4137
Coefficient use of
Selection on egg-laying
Natural Selection [72]: Selection for egg-laying, 4216.
The Multistable System [66]: Comparison with selection for egg-laying 4216.
Natural Selection [27]: Analogue of dispertion occuring [SHORTHAND] Darwinian adaptation. 4217.
4216 4217
Selection in transducer
4230 4231
Summary: How to get the time of adaptation to be reduced by the machine automatically. (Also) An ad hoc design is equivalent to a feedback loop with selection amplifier. 4246
Coding in dispersion
Dispersion can be learnt
Selection amplifier
Summary: The diagram is more general than it looks.
Summary: Getting information from a system.
Epistemology [15]: Entropy and observation, 4245.
4244 4245
Summary: Multiple, competing, essential variables lead to the same problem, whether occurring in one person or scattered among many. 4289
Conflict between essential variables
Essential variables conflict between
Essential variables dominance between
Levels of essential variables
Society [47]: The essential variables of the people in a society are as functionally joined as if in the person, 4284.
The Multistable System [75]: Levels between essential variables. 4284.
Psychiatric applications [26]: Conflict between two essential variables, 4284.
Intelligence as selection
Selection intelligence as
4284 4285

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1953
Summary: Must every system drift to the condition of maximal internal separation? 4500, 4524
Summary: Cap or intersection as selective operator.
Summary: Unsolved problem. Solved 5009
Operator n (intersection) as selector
Selection by n (intersection operator)
4472 4473
Selection amplifier
Summary: Amount of selection and ultrastability. 4582.6, 4904
Unsolved problems [15]: Paradox of which is the more important, permanence or change 4521.
4520 4521
Summary: §5 Selection by components
Adaptation speeding up adaptation
Constraint effects of
Speed (of adaptation) of learning
Society [55]: Methods of getting solution more quickly { 4560 - 4575 }
Adaptation speeding up adaptation
Constraint effects of
Selection as application
Speed (of adaptation) of learning
Society [55]: Methods of getting solution more quickly { 4560 - 4575 }
4570 4571
Summary: Two messages in a channel need not interact. 4641
Random movements giving trigonometrical equation
Summary: Emission of "cos2x + sin2x =1" randomly.
Selection quantity of
4578 4579
Summary: Relation of essential variables to selection-amplifier. 4586
Problems solving problems
Selection of solution
Solution (to a problem) finding
4584 4585
Question variety in
Selection and variety
Trial and error variety in
Variety in set v. in element
4692 4693
Information flows in homeostat
Selection and variety
Switching switching off
4706 4707

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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
Summary: Strategy of trial and error. 4844, 4949
Machine is a selector
Selection by machine
Statistic trial and error as statistic
Mapping tensor power of
4798 4799
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: Effects of channel capacity in joining two systems, only one of which is observed.
Epistemology [49]: As the coupling between B and A is made richer, either by increasing channel capacity or by adding immediate effects, so will what is in B affect x the sooner. 5026. DIAGRAM
Entropy during search
Hunt and stick information flow
Information during hunt and stick
Searching information flow
Selection informatiom flow
Trial and error gives information
5026 5027

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1955
Summary: Theory of the homeostat.
Amplifier demonstration
Magnet in selection-amplifier
Selection demonstration
Summary: Demonstration of selection-amplifier.
Prediction falsifies itself
5076 5077

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1957
Selection requires information
Summary: No general principle can be sufficient guide when selection must be done; some actual channel is also necessary. 5585
Arc selection of
Essential variables discrimination by
Feedback methods for discrimination
5548 5549

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1959
Summary: Habituation with cycles allowed. 6108
Habituation tilde-operation
Machine generating properties
Selection by machine
6088 6089
Coordination in time
Directive correlation (Sommerhoff) in time
Input selection by
Property selection for
Selection by input-sequence
6138 6139

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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
Summary: So we have exemplified the fact that laws that are functions of their place of action, will develop different adaptations in different places. 6350
Competition mathematical examples
Selection by machine
6300 6301
Summary: Final (?) statement of the lae of anticipation. 6334, 6342, 6347
Communication in conditioned reflex
Reflex, conditioned as communication between operations
Selection and conditioned reflex
6324 6325
Summary: Notes on: Finding stored information. 6362
Equilibrium as survival
Selection mathematical examples
Survival mathematical examples
6354 6355
Equilibrium as survival
Selection mathematical examples
Survival mathematical examples
Summary: Example of natural selection and evolution in a computer. 6358
Equilibrium as survival
Selection mathematical examples
Survival mathematical examples
6356 6357
Equilibrium as survival
Selection mathematical examples
Survival mathematical examples
Summary: Survival of the fittest in a computer.
Equilibrium as survival
Selection mathematical examples
Survival mathematical examples
6358 6359
Equilibrium as survival
Selection mathematical examples
Survival mathematical examples
Summary: Survival of the fittest in a computer.
Equilibrium as survival
Selection mathematical examples
Survival mathematical examples
6360 6361

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1970
Selection the whole process
Summary: The totality of selection and the pieces. 7126
7110 7111

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