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1315 Volume 06 1943 1316 Volume 06 1943
Summary: Exploring the interaction of a given set of variables means finding the F's in xi=Fi(xo;t). (Assembling a machine gives us the [xoi=fi(x)] equations). By the independence test on the Second Jacobian Matrix applied in one stroke we eliminate what is not wanted. That its behaviour is reproducible is equivalent to the requirement that t is explicitly absent from the f's. This restricts possible F's. An equation is given which they must satisfy. It is proved that under these conditions the F's are always completed.
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