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Canonical equations
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Ross indexed the following pages under the keyword: "Canonical equations".

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 Summary: A physical example of the principle that when a change needs a rare combination to make it possible, it will usually occur by some other way, in stages. (Cf. 2329) Canonical equations of chemical reactionChemical dynamics equations 2126 2127
 Canonical equations of chemical reactionChemical dynamics linkage in equations 2150 2151
 Canonical equations simple examples 2268 2269
 Canonical equations of electric circuitsLinear system forced oscillationsOscillation forcedServo-mechanism my form of equation 2272 2273
 Summary: Feedback.Feedback theoryServo-mechanism theory Canonical equations of electric circuitsFeedback theoryServo-mechanism theory 2316 2317

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 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. Absolute system with infinity of variablesCanonical equations with infinity of variablesVariable system with infinite 2463 2464

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 Canonical equations Laplace transformation Solution of linear equations byLinear system Output to given input Summary: Solution of linear differential equations by Laplace transforms.Linear system input of simple harmonic motionOscillation forced 2599 2600

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 Absolute system why not x=f-1 (x')?Canonical equations why not [x=f-1 (x')]?Information and canonical equationsInformation in machines Summary: The inverse of the canonical equations.Experiment when it stopsInformation and experimentInformation in machines 3243 3244
 Canonical equations simple examples Summary: Processes for elementary study. 3579 3580

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 Canonical equations change of coordinatesRank of system with part-function The Multistable System [77]: The rank of the differential matrix is unaltered by changing to new variables that are linear functions of the old. Ashby 3768. 3767 3768
 Canonical equations [y'1=1, y'2=0, ...] Summary: Every system can be transformed to [y~1=1, y~2=...=y~n=0] Cf. 1151 3868 3869
 Summary: Therapeutic possibilities.Canonical equations converting difference to differential equationsDifferential equation conversion to difference equationsDifferential equation to difference equations Summary: Converting [x~=Ax] to x'=A'x 4290 4291

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 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

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 Absolute system algebraic testCanonical equations as [TPT-1]Canonical equations Operator from protocolProtocol deducing absolute system 5058 5059
 Summary: Kershner and Wilcox' book. Canonical equations information inInformation in canonical equationInput of mathematical formMathematics variety inVariety in canonical representation 5160 5161
 Canonical equations in protocolMachine in protocolProtocol general theory of Summary: Constraints in protocols. 5978Protocol general theory of 5194 5195

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 Summary: Raiffa et al. describe maths as isomorphic with real systems. 5298, 6260Canonical equations found by LotkaDelay (in substitution) Lotka onIsomorphism real system and maths 5272 5273
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