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1951
Capacity information
Channel capacity of absolute systems
Information in machines
Markov process / chain affecting a machine
Transmission capacity of absolute systems
Information in machines
Markov process / chain affecting a machine
3217 3218

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1952
Summary: Entropy with two outputs, and the transmission of information from system to system. 4312, 4429
Transmission from system to system
Epistemology [19]: "Knowing" as being at the right memory-state 4310.
Summary: Scientific knowledge is knowledge of a transformation. 4344, 4454
Group (mathematical) not all science
Epistemology [20]: All knowledge is knowledge of transformation, 4311.
4310 4311
Parameter dominating system
Transmission from system to system
Variety defined
4312 4313

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1953
Transmission from system to system
Summary: Variety in state accumulates.
4372 4373

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1959
Summary: The value of the new logic of mechanism can easily be over-rated.
Pattern (in general) transmission of
Transition constraint on
Transmission of pattern
6078 6078+01

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1966
Fleet, problem of the
Genius
Transmission by subset
Constraint forces "transmission"
Subset forces "transmission"
6570 6571

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1967
Summary: Consequences of H(A)=0. 6657.7
Summary: Two problems in information theory.
Transmission in a net
Unsolved problems [24]: Can all the pair-wise direct transmission TI-AB(A:B) be given arbitrarily? 6653.
6652 6653
Transmission how many?
Summary: Ways of analysing a total transmission are so many that the worker must be guided by outside reasons. 6678, 6721
6676 6677
Memory in coordination
Transmission for coordination
Summary: Another example of coordination by information-flow internally. 6792
6788 6789
Coordination requires coordination
Memory in coordination
Pianist coordination in
Transmission for coordination
6792 6793

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1968
Error Conant's theorem
Regulation Conant's study
Summary: Conant's theorem that the error controlled feedback regulator conserves information. 6942
Collapsing theorems Conant's
Continuity and information
Discrimination effect of loss, on H,T,Q
Interaction effects of collapsing
Transmission after collapsing
6832 6833
Relation and transmission
Transmission with constraint
Channel capacity of machine
Noise just another input
Sub-system finding, by Conant
6834 6835
Stability and internal transmission
Transmission internal, and stability
6844 6845
Channel forms of
Coordination by direct means
Coordination through dummy variable
Transmission forms of
Summary: The brain's job is to carry, as information for coordination, only what cannot be carried by the environment. The size of our brain reflects only the deficiency of the environment.
6912 6913
Summary: Coordination is possible without nerves.
Coordination and regulation
Regulation and coordination
Transmission in regulation and coordination
6916 6917
Summary: Conant's measures HL,TL,QL have the freedom from absolute value called for in the "Bio Science" paper.
Information Conant's HL,TL,QL
Library retrieval equals theorem-proving
Theorem theorem proving equals information retrieval
Transmission Conant's TL
Homomorphism of machines with input
Machine homomorphic
6926 6927
Summary: Optimal regulation and homomorphism.
Linearly dependent process defined
Machine Turing-type
Markov process / chain and linearly dependent process
Turing machine and machine with input
Transmission in real systems
6936 6937
Summary: The linear-controlled feedback regulator does not lose information.
Error Conant's theorem
Feedback information in error-control
Coordination minimal information for
Transmission minimal, in coordination
6942 6943
Coordination minimal information for
Transmission minimal, in coordination
Summary: Coordinate more units with less communication!
Coordination minimal information for
Transmission minimal, in coordination
6944 6945
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
Coordination minimal information for
Transmission minimal, in coordination
Coordination minimal information for
Transmission minimal, in coordination
6948 6949
Summary: (1) The "transmissions" require for coordination can always be achieved - method given. (2) The whole flow of information can be analysed by the methods of book-keeping. Another analysis: 6997
Analysis of information flow
Coordination minimal information for
Information partitioned
Partition of information flows
Transmission minimal, in coordination
Summary: High order interactions can readily occur in physical systems. 7006
Coordination minimal information for
Interaction in physical systems
Transmission minimal, in coordination
6950 6951
Coordination minimal information for
Transmission minimal, in coordination
Coordination minimal information for
Transmission minimal, in coordination
6952 6953
Coordination minimal information for
Transmission minimal, in coordination
Coordination minimal information for
Transmission minimal, in coordination
6954 6955
Summary: Fuller example of coordinating several bodies by information.
Coordination minimal information for
Transmission minimal, in coordination
Coordination minimal information for
Randomiser use of
Transmission minimal, in coordination
6956 6957
Coordination minimal information for
Transmission minimal, in coordination
Coordination minimal information for
Transmission minimal, in coordination
6958 6959
Coordination minimal information for
Transmission minimal, in coordination
Coordination minimal information for
Transmission minimal, in coordination
6960 6961
Analysis of information flow
Coordination minimal information for
Information partitioned
Partition of information flows
Transmission minimal, in coordination
Summary: Information flow for control and coordination. Cf. 7165
Coordination minimal information for
Transmission minimal, in coordination
6962 6963
Coordination minimal information for
Transmission minimal, in coordination
Coordination minimal information for
Transmission minimal, in coordination
6964 6965
Summary: The cases of 1 and 3 vehicles, to make certain.
Coordination minimal information for
Transmission minimal, in coordination
Coordination minimal information for
Transmission minimal, in coordination
6966 6967
Channel what is a channel?
Coordination minimal information for
Transmission minimal, in coordination
Coordination minimal information for
Transmission minimal, in coordination
6968 6969
Coordination minimal information for
Transmission minimal, in coordination
Coordination minimal information for
Ignorance ensuring
Noise use of
Transmission minimal, in coordination
6970 6971
Coordination minimal information for
Transmission minimal, in coordination
Summary: Problem of the Two Trucks:-
Coordination minimal information for
Transmission minimal, in coordination
6972 6973

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1969
Summary: Morowitz' magnificent book. 7053
Entropy expected value
Constraint permutation as
Permutation constraint necessary
Transmission for permutation
6982 6983
Transmission meaning of
6986 6987
Transmission analysis of
Constraint isomorphic channels
7016 7017

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1970
Transmission repeated arguments
7098 7099

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1971
Summary: Transmission cannot be created. 7146
Conservation of Complexity Law of
Transmission cannot be created
Information and interaction
Interaction squares it (doubled size)
Size, effect of on information
7126 7127

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