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Volume 10 of W. Ross Ashby's Journal
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1947
Volume 10
2251+03 2251+04
Coordination diagrams
Homeostasis illustrations
Coordination diagrams
Homeostasis illustrations
2252 2253
Coordination diagrams
Homeostasis illustrations
Coordination diagrams
Homeostasis illustrations
2254 2255
Coordination diagrams
Homeostasis illustrations
Coordination diagrams
Homeostasis illustrations
2256 2257
2258 2259
Psychiatric applications [38]: Aggression and frustration forming vicious circle 2260.
Servo-mechanism theory
2260 2261
Linear system forced oscillations
Oscillation forced
Summary: A linear dynamic system can be forced to beat at any frequency.
2262 2263
Homeostasis illustrations
2264 2264+01
Servo-mechanism theory
2264+02 2265
Feedback amplifier
Oscillation forced
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [21]: Test for stability of EQUATION [x'=Ax] by complex variable theory, 2030. An example 2267.
2266 2267
Canonical equations simple examples
2268 2269
Summary: A good example of the principle of the differential equation and its integration suitable for non-mathematicians. (See also 2278)
Summary: In the exposition of scientific matter, style is even more important than usual.
2270 2271
Canonical equations of electric circuits
Linear system forced oscillations
Oscillation forced
Servo-mechanism my form of equation
2272 2273
Summary: Notes the relations between my dynamic theory and the methods used in electrical circuit theory.
Phantom limb
Natural Selection [30]: A neurotic process like mutation must occur, 2275. (Phantom limb)
2274 2275
Summary: Neuronic patterns are always breaking up and being laid down. The new ones are formed in relation to those persisting.
Psychiatric applications [31]: Delusions possibly due to averaging over only a few cells 2276.
Summary: A theory of G.P.I. [general paralysis of the insane] delusions.
2276 2277
Summary: Two variations on the theme of 2269.
2278 2279
Summary: Every vestige of claim and boast must be eliminated, being replaced by equivalent facts, or dropped.
2280 2281
Summary: Quotations.
2282 2283
Summary: Two points in exposition.
Pain and pleasure
Pleasure nature of
Genes number of human
2284 2285
Summary: Exposition.
2286 2287
Summary: Exposition.
2288 2289
Summary: Interaction in the multistable system.
2290 2291
Psychiatric applications [7]: Drug addiction as instability 2292.
Unsolved problems [5]: Can I demonstrate that after adaptation has been achieved, a process of "roughing it" (mutations) improves the adaptation? 2292.6.
Laws of nature as constraint
Society [9]: Laws as step-functions in society 2293.
Society [14]: Laws in society as step-functions. 2293.
2292 2293
2294 2295
2296 2297
Summary: The effects on stability of the intrinsic stabilities of the units forming the whole. If, as is usual, these are all stable, there tends to be an extra stabilising effect on the whole.
2298 2299
Psychiatric applications [5]: Objection that some disease states are characterised by an inability to vary or respond adequately, 2300.
Psychiatric applications [8]: Schizophrenic patients showing increased reaction to disturbance 2300, 2301.
Psychiatric applications [8]: Schizophrenic patients showing increased reaction to disturbance 2300, 2301.
2300 2301
2301+01 2301+02
Summary: Examples of schizophrenics being displaced further from homeostasis by chemical stimuli. And a note of an objection.
Adaptation genes and adaptation
Genes control adaptation in two ways
Heredity genes and adaptation
Natural Selection [42]: Genes produce adaptations in two ways, 2303, and thus protect themselves in two ways, 2315.
2302 2303
Summary: An "intelligent" machine must adjust more parameters than have been specified in its design. It is not clear whether my machine passes this test. (Cf. 2315)
2304 2305
Null-function defined
Parameter equals null function
Summary: Some very simple "variables" do not change, i.e. [x'=0]. These are what used to be called "parameters."
2306 2307
Alpha rhythm in learning
2308 2309
Summary: Null-, step-, and part-functions are, by definition, already in equilibrium and adjustment is needed only for full functions.
2310 2311
Summary: "Joining" two machines is essentially a break and rebuild. Null-function theory is fitted.
2312 2313
Natural Selection [48]: Homeostasis = constancy = independence, why the latter? 2181. Answered 2314, to preserve the gene pattern.
Summary: Homeostasis is ultimately produced by the gene-pattern, and it protects the gene-pattern from the dangers of the world because the constancy means independence.
Genes protect themselves by homeostasis
Natural Selection [42]: Genes produce adaptations in two ways, 2303, and thus protect themselves in two ways, 2315.
2314 2315
Summary: Feedback.
Feedback theory
Servo-mechanism theory
Canonical equations of electric circuits
Feedback theory
Servo-mechanism theory
2316 2317
Linear system forced oscillations
Oscillation forced
2318 2319
Equilibrium in electric circuits
Summary: Circuit theory in its relation to my absolute systems and stability; feedback in particular.
2320 2321
Summary: The production of the new compounds of behavior is only interaction and has nothing to do with Intelligence.
Memory can be harmful
Reflex, conditioned harmfulness of
2322 2323
1948
Summary: Memory is not necessarily good. Some examples to the contrary.
2324 2325
Summary: If a stable set is to be found soon, the average number of part-functions activated should not exceed 6-10
Summary: A proof, modernised from 1724, about an absolute system within an absolute system.
2326 2327
Summary: Absolute system defined more exactly in group form.
2328 2329
Summary: Numerical example showing how much faster it is to adapt by parts instead of simultaneously
Summary: Chemical proof that fast reactions prevail over slow.
2330 2331
Unsolved problems [6]: Absolute systems with a "complex" clock or time, 2332.
2332 2333
Summary: The clock recording time must go uniformly though there are special cases where this could be modified.
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
2334 2335
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
2336 2337
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
2338 2339
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
2340 2341
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
2342 2343
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
2344 2345
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
2346 2347
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
2348 2349
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
2350 2351
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
2352 2353
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
2354 2355
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
2356 2357
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
2358 2359
2360 2361
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
2362 2363
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
2364 2365
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
2366 2367
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
2368 2369
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
2370 2371
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
2372 2373
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
2374 2375
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
2376 2377
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
2378 2379
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
2380 2381
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
2382 2383
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
2384 2385
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
2386 2387
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
2388 2389
2390 2391
2392 2393
Summary: Joining units never adds to the system's stability unless they want to "borrow" stability.
Summary: Matrix representation of part-functions.
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [11]: Matrix representation with zero in main diagonal as premultiplier 2395.
2394 2395
Summary: Correction to independence tests.
2396 2397
Adaptation after crossing muscles
Summary: Quotation on the CNS betraying its blindness.
2398 2399
Summary: Richter believes the basic drives are homeostatic.
Summary: In large systems the intrinsic stabilities of the units may become less important while the effect of joinings become dominant.
Joining in large systems
Large system self-stabilising system
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [15]: If EQUATION, with roots r1,...,rn, to find ∂rp/∂aSt, 0750, 1824. i.e. effect of coefficient on a root. Example 2066, 2401.
2400 2401
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
2402 2403
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
2404 2405
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
2406 2407
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [12]: Lists of numerical matrices suitable for sampling experiments: 5x5 { 2335 - 2349 }, { 2402 - 2409 }, 4x4 { 2350 - 2359 }, { 2380 - 2389 }, 3x3 { 2368 - 2378 }, 2x2 { 2362 - 2366 }
2408 2409
2410 2411
2412 2413
2414 2415
2416 2417
2418 2419
2420 2421
Summary: Quotation of echo impulses which seem to be absent but are shown present.
Higher geometry of fields and matrix theory [22]: If one variable is made more self-stable, the whole may become unstable, 2423, 2454, 2463, 2458, 2460.
2422 2423
Summary: Making one unit more stable intrinsically may make the whole system less stable or actually unstable. Worked out example. (Fuller discussion 2454, 2458, 2463)
2424 2425
Equilibrium of homeostat
Homeostat equations etc
Homeostat stability of
2426 2427
2428 2429
2429+01 2429+02

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