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

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 Summary: What is essential in the homeostat. 3841, 3856, 4161Basin and habitationHabituation and basins 3836 3837
 Summary: The catchment areas define a partition.Basin as partitionEquilibrium proper definition The Multistable System [29]: The multistable system's problem is to get its forgetting right! 3860. Summary: Definition of 'stability'. 3860 3861
 Basin and habitation Summary: Administering a determinate impulse to an ensemble can only cause its information to fall. 3954Basin definedInformation and d-impulse 3936 3937
 Basin invariant under time 3962 3963
 Basin in random fieldConnexion in random fieldField (of substitution) random 3974 3975
 Basin method for manyResting state maximal number Summary: How to get many resting states (argued without a metric).Topology of my concepts 3978 3979
 Class I.e. not to individualCongruence Ideal (mathematical) Information 'complete' within limitsQuotient machine and residue classResidues (of congruences) Summary: Residue classes in behaviour.Basin as partitionPartition lattice theory 3996 3997
 Summary: Change of direction. Summary: Examples of a single artificial absolute system. 4486 if some states become indistinguishable.Basin exampleTransformation decimal places 3 and 4 of log10(100+x) Summary: Note on the subjective. 4004 4005
 Summary: Adaptation of essential variables, (next page) 4163 Epistemology [12]: The observer must be present to disturb the system if ultrastability is to be demonstrated 4160. Adaptation new formulationBasin Step function ultrastability without step function The Multistable System [57]: Adaptation can use either step-function or basins, 4161. 4160 4161

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 Summary: Uniform activity in the parameters drives down variety in state.Homogeneity by parameters Society [48]: An evolving system needs long-term memories as well as short, 4374. The Multistable System [76]: An evolving system requires long term memories as well as short, 4374. Summary: Long-term memories.Basin 4374 4375
 Basin selection of 4406 4407
 Summary: 'Equilibrium' refers to a state, 'stability' to the region around the state.Basin Traffic principle nature Summary: Properties of metric-less system. 4623Continuity as constraintInformation in stimulusStimulus information in 4596 4597
 Summary: Practically all my concepts are non-metrical.Canonical equations Independence non-metric formNull-function can be non-metricSet or Ensemble my concepts in set-theory Summary: Having several basins has nothing to do with being divisible into parts. Noticed again 5502Basin General Staff history ofReducibility and basins Society [58]: The German General Staff 4605. 4604 4605
 Basin algebraic definitionBasin algebraic form Summary: "Basin" defined algebraically. Better 4743Constitution (political) need for Society [59]: Cromwell on the necessity for a constitution, 4633. 4632 4633
 Trajectory Riguet's definition Basin algebraic definition 4742 4743

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 Summary: Statistical laws in the Markov chain. 4919, 4946Basin and 'closure'Closure and 'basin'Experience example Aging (as process) and entropyEntropy in physics 4918 4919

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 Summary: The structures of space as habituation. 5289, 5313Habituation to constraintSpace-time structure in Unsolved problems [18]: What can be said of habituation, or of the events in experience, when the set of vectors shows constraint? 5256. Basin model with lotsHabituation model for 5256 5257
 Summary: More "self-reproducing" systems. 5797Learning in childhoodPain teaches in youth Summary: Pain educates mostly in childhood.Basin distribution of size 5262 5263
 Basin distribution of size Summary: Probability of getting a single basin. 5308Model 5266 5267
 Basin distribution of sizeMachine random machineMapping randomRubin and Sitgreaves' set of transformations Trajectory distribution of lengthTransformation random 5308 5309
 Basin model with lotsEquilibrium randon transformation with manyField (of substitution) cutting into small basins Summary: How to chop up a field. 5408, 5524 Personal notes [28]: First advert of "Introduction to Cybernetics", 5319. 5318 5319

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 Summary: The use of a transformation repetitively in time is a constraint, so structure becomes apparent.Constraint and structureStructure in determinate machinery Basin meaning changedConfluant (takes over from "basin")Confluant definedMachine randomRandom machinery 5496 5497

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 Atom Basin multipleClosure and 'basin' 5954 5955

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 Basin and tilde operationKernal relation (Riguet), =Noyau 6086 6087
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