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


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1950
Summary: A new principle for a new machine.
Summary: Law relating the lingering of the representative point with the density of critical states.
Ergodism and ultrastability
Ultrastability density of critical states
2951 2952

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1952
Ultrastability formal proof
3966 3967
Ultrastability formal proof
3986 3987

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1953
Summary: Observations on set theory.
Structure by constraint
Algebra Black Box as
Ultrastability formal proof
4504 4505
Summary: Two agents may select the same element, yet differ widely in their degrees of selection. 4583, 4598
Amplifier and selection
Summary: An even more rigorous statement of ultrastablity. 4882 4467 4508 4520
Ultrastability formal proof
4580 4581

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1954
Ultrastability corrected
4884 4885
Summary: On identifying an optimum in a set.
Absorbing state, in Markov chain coupled
Markov process / chain ultrastability in
Ultrastability with Markov systems
Veto in Markov machine
Summary: Equilibrium in coupled Markov systems.
Homeostat other forms of
Ultrastability with mixed systems
4904 4905

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1955
Summary: Example of message that depends on the set it came from. 6275
Step-mechanism ? necessary
Ultrastability without step-mechanisms
5224 5225

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1956
Ultrastability bias to efficiency
The Multistable System [107]: The multistable system has a bias towards becoming efficient and quickly adapting. 5342.
Summary: The ultrastable system has an intrinsic bias towards efficiency and quickness in learning.
Black box, problem of the poorly observable black box
Isomorphism Moore's definition equals mine
5342 5343

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1958
Summary: Fully joined systems must be known k steps back if k variables are unobservable.
Homeostat Vienna model
Inscription and ultrastability
Ultrastability and inscription
5876 5877

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