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

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Trajectory Riguet's definition
Basin algebraic definition
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Summary: Riguet's "trajectory" is practically my "transient".
Trajectory Riguet's definition
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Differential equation stability theory of
Equilibrium Bellman on
Equilibrium complexity of
Information partial
Knowledge partial
Stability stability theory of differential equations
Summary: Bellman on 'stability'.
Trajectory stability of
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Summary: The field, when memory is used, is not isomorphic with that found when all is observed.
Epistemology [50]: If only components in J are observable, and we know that the J-states have been, in succession, a0,a1, ... ,ak, and if the machine's mapping is S, then the machine must now be in one of the states in EXPRESSION. 5050.
Trajectory deducing others
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [6]: Knowledge of one form EXPRESSION for all values of 1...xºn;t is sufficient to define all the others. 5051.
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Basin distribution of size
Machine random machine
Mapping random
Rubin and Sitgreaves' set of transformations
Trajectory distribution of length
Transformation random
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Diagram of immediate effects (D.I.E.) and length of trajectory
Joining and length of trajectory
Trajectory length and coupling
Feedback and length of trajectory
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Summary: Relation between amount of coupling and length of trajectory. 5399, 5411. Summary 5524
Cycle of maximal length
Trajectory size and number of confluants
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Equilibrium whole with 50% states equal
Summary: An indefinitely large system with half its states equilibrial, and no trajectory longer than one step. 5471.6, Opposite 5412, 5524
Trajectory short trajectory in infinite system
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Summary: Some systems with long cycles. No equilibrium 5455
Cycle of maximal length
Trajectory of maximal length
Arc modified later
Feedback to previous arc
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Summary: "Gaining structure" as "experience to a set of trajectories." 5552
Summary: Demonstrate the state of a system by giving a stimulus to a dominated system and see its trajectory. 5552
Demonstration of state by trajectory
State observation by trajectory
Trajectory as representing state
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Summary: A system as large as you please, with no trajectory exceeding three steps.
Summary: Mean length of trajectory when system has high probability of finding the next state equilibrial. 5479, 5504
Trajectory mean length
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Equilibrium probability of
Trajectory random
Transition probability in machine of parts
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Summary: There are two quite different "lengths of trajectory." Better "transient"
Speed (of adaptation) definition
Trajectory length, in adaptation
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Summary: How many parts produce this trajectory?
Part how many?
Parts how many?
Trajectory how many parts?
Summary: Proof of previous note.
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Equilibrium and long trajectory
Trajectory long, with equilibrium
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Summary: Importance of alternation of operators.
Alternation as operator
Anticipation alternation in
Habituation aternation in
Habituation conditioned reflex as
Reflex, conditioned alterations, forcing
Trajectory long, with equilibrium
Forcing a variable theorem of
Insistance theorem of
Operator forcing
Operator insistence
Polystable forcing of
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