Summary: Discriminative feedback's optimal spread depends on the spread of constraints in the
environment. Discrimination optimal spread
Summary: Feedback in a dispersive system should be first wide-spread and then progressingly
narrower. 5413 Discrimination should contract with time The Multistable System : Destructive feedback may at first, in the history of the multistable system, be scattered
widely but should steadily be scattered in narrower range. 5371.
Summary: In all cases so far, all arcs are assumed to have some sign that they are, or have
recently been, active, and the discriminative feedback hits only those with the sign.
5557, 5584, 5601, 5609, 5628 Activity as information for feedback Discrimination methods known