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1951
Entropy calculation of
Information calculation of
Markov process / chain information from
Transducer theory of
3368 3369
Summary: Information going through a transducer.
Information through a transducer
Transducer destroying information
3376 3377
Summary: Of the resting states, the number stable can be anything from none to all.
Feedback destroying information
Transducer in a ring
3395 3396
Information necessary for resting states
Resting state and information
Transducer destroying information
3403 3404
Code inverse
Environment as transducer
Transducer inverse
Transformation inverse
Oddments [36]: If the environment is operator E, the brain must become -E-1. 3499.
Summary: If the environment is E the brain must become -E-1 4294
Environment must be non-singular
Essential variables information from
Step function carries information
3499 3500
Summary: The elimination of wrong moves at chess may eliminate too much.
Arc multiple arcs traversing environment
Chess information amplifier
Environment control of
Statistic as random transformation
Transducer random
Transformation random
Summary: Random transformations.
Instinct inate releasing mechanisms in
3629 3630

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1952
Invariant one helps another
Transducer inverse
3726 3727
Summary: Wallace's Maze-solving Computer.
Transducer inverse
3738 3739
Summary: Definition of system 'independent' of a parameter.
Habituation theory of
Self-locking system conditions for
Transducer limit of
The Multistable System [68]: Conditions for a system to be self-locking, 4229.
DAMS (Dispersive and Multistable System) [83]: Conditions for self-locking, 4229.
4228 4229

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1953
Transducer inverse of
Machine non-singular
Transducer non-singular
4396 4397
Design within Black Box
Transducer inverse of
4460 4461

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1954
Transducer Shannon's
4854 4855

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1955
Input of mathematical form
Transducer mathematical expression as transducer
Summary: Mathematical expressions have inputs and outputs.
Summary: Black Box looks at itself and others.
The subjective [4]: Can inter-personal relations be translated into Black Box terms? Question asked by Urie Bronfenbrenner, 5169.
5168 5169
Summary: The structure of the regulator. (Note that the inverse, [w-1], has appeared at last!)
Regulation as inverse
Transducer regulator as inverse
Extrapolation
Future prediction of
Prediction is it possible?
5220 5221

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1956
Summary: Multiple equilibria, in the systems in a chain, give a transducer with memory.
Equilibrium in a chain of systems
Transducer with memory but no feedback
Rubin and Sitgreaves' set of transformations
Transducer random, and model trajectory
5398 5399

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1968
Coding of machine to machine
Coordination machinery for coordination
Information in regulation, Conant
Transducer for coordination
Summary: Machinery for coordination.
6940 6941
Coordination minimal information for
Transmission minimal, in coordination
Coding Ashby's method
Coordination minimal information for
Transducer Ashby's form
Transmission minimal, in coordination
6946 6947

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