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(7) If Φi tends to a form resembling ρi parallel planes (3334), then the number of resting states (stable and unstable) tends to Πρi. (3336)
(8) (3340: a method, of little importance, for getting the sets of planes all orthogonal.
(9) (3342: what happens when all parts are identical. (Not the case with DAMS)
(10) To get the maximal number of resting states within a given region: (a) construct each part so that the output consists of many parallel planes, (b) join them so that the sets of planes are orthogonal.
(12) If the number of resting states is increased, we can expect the number of stable states to be increased in about the same proportion. (3345)
Summary: How many resting states has a system assembled from parts of known properties? Also
DAMS (Dispersive and Multistable System) : Why DAMS was changed to give more resting states, 3348.
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