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1413 Volume 06 1943 1414 Volume 06 1943
Summary: If the study of a complete system of n variables is restricted to some of the variables only, the others being hidden, the behaviour of the visible variables can be predicted correctly when we know any n coordinate-time combinations. A machine may appear to show imagination. (Restated 1424)
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [5]: If some variables in a complete system are unobservable, a path fixed by n t,x combinations can be accertained empirically, by using substitute variables, 1413, numerical example 1470.
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