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

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Adaptation -
Reactions modification of
Integration (physiological) memory as
Memory as organisation in time
Reflex, conditioned
Space-time and learning
0797 0798

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Adaptation sensory adaptation
Habituation organisation of
Delay (in substitution)
0939 0940

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Summary: Definition and test for two patterns of initial displacement, differently sited to be equal. 4148
Amoeba habituation in
Habituation in Protozoa
2469 2470
Forcing a variable
Habituation mechanism of
Association explanation
The Conditioned Reflex [10]: Forcing a variable in an U.S. repeatedly to one value tends to make the resting state go towards that value 2500.
2499 2500

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Oscillation implies feedback
Summary: Oscillation necessarily implies feedback.
Extrapolation and prediction
Habituation to moving stimulus
The Conditioned Reflex [7]: Habituation to a moving stimulus 2608.
2607 2608

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DAMS (Dispersive and Multistable System) [72]: Behaviour of dispersive system when the Essential variables emit disturbances proportional to their deviations 3057.
Summary: Essential variables may work by 'habituation'. (Review 3280)
Habituation essential variables and
DAMS (Dispersive and Multistable System) [92]: The essential variables may act as a gate to which the rest will habituate 3058.
3057 3058

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Summary: Accurate statement of the amount of information that can be put into a machine by arbitrary interference. (3275)
Information in machines
Markov process / chain affecting a machine
Summary: A physical example of habituation.
Habituation physical example
Information in machines
Markov process / chain affecting a machine
3205 3206
Summary: Some statistical systems. Review 4141
Habituation in metal crystal
DAMS (Dispersive and Multistable System) [39]: Effect of joining by subsystems, 3548.
3547 3548

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Experience law of
Parameter allows information to fall
Set or Ensemble parameter and information
Summary: Every parameter-change allows (or forces) the information in an ensemble to drop to a new lower level. Same applies to δ-impulse 3936.
Habituation theory of
3704 3705
Summary: (1) What is meant by 'memory'. (2) Memory does not require feedback. 3840
Transformation memory as
Summary: Memory as conjugate behaviour.
Summary: Habituation implies memory. 3842
Habituation implies memory
3814 3815
Habituation length of path
3820 3821
Summary: What is essential in the homeostat. 3841, 3856, 4161
Basin and habitation
Habituation and basins
3836 3837
Habituation and memory
Step function necessary for memory
3842 3843
Summary: A fluctuating parameter tends to lesser the number of resting states.
Habituation and basins
3864 3865
Adaptation new formulation
DAMS (Dispersive and Multistable System) [77]: The various aspects of the behaviour of the adapting system seen from the new point of view, 4164.
Summary: The adapting system - generalised, (next section). 4166, 4225
Self-locking system ultrastable system
Variety necessity of
4164 4165
Summary: Definition of system 'independent' of a parameter.
Habituation theory of
Self-locking system conditions for
Transducer limit of
The Multistable System [68]: Conditions for a system to be self-locking, 4229.
DAMS (Dispersive and Multistable System) [83]: Conditions for self-locking, 4229.
4228 4229

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Habituation theory of
4404 4405
Disturbance habituation to
Habituation theory of
Habituation theory of
4524 4525
Habituation theory of
Habituation theory of
4526 4527
Habituation theory of
Habituation theory of
DAMS (Dispersive and Multistable System) [66]: Habituation in DAMS, theory of, 4529.
4528 4529
Habituation theory of
Habituation theory of
4530 4531
Habituation theory of
Essential variables relation to selection amplifier
Habituation theory of
4532 4533
Habituation theory of
Summary: Habituation. 4559, 4596, 4609, 4762, 5512
Habituation theory of
4534 4535
Diagram of immediate effects (D.I.E.) with "boxes"
Summary: Box-diagrams are not precise.
Summary: Evolution as habituation.
Evolution as habituation
Habituation evolution as
Natural Selection [82]: Evolution can be regarded as a "becoming immune to mutation" 4655.
4654 4655
Closure defined
Equilibrium proper definition
Summary: Meaning of 'stability'. 4741, 4785, 4795
Habituation and stability
4656 4657
Habituation further theory
4762 4763

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Aging (as process)
Experience law of
History aging processes
Machine Markovian, aging in
Markov process / chain aging in
Variety in Markov machines
Habituation in Markov machines
4916 4917

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Summary: The structures of space as habituation. 5289, 5313
Habituation to constraint
Space-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 lots
Habituation model for
5256 5257
Adaptation speeding up adaptation
Habituation as cause of rapid adaptation
Speed (of adaptation)
5284 5285
Arc to shift or not to shift
The Multistable System [113]: If a change of step-mechanism (due to corrective feedback) makes an arc change place, more space is required. If the change makes an arc change nature but not place, more time is required. 5388.
Summary: Time of adaptation can be cut down if more space is available. The distinct reactions should be sent to distinct places, any one reaction should not change its place during its training. 5410, 5415
Habituation and plasticity
Plasticity in system
Reflex, conditioned and plasticity
5388 5389
Summary: The system that is both multiple and plastic. 5522, 5545, 5535, 5631
Habituation as by-product
DAMS Mark II (Dispersive and Multistable System) [6]: Design for survival - all else will come. 5422.
Summary: Go for the quality of "survival" - all the rest shall be added unto you.
Iterated systems Wiki
5422 5423

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Summary: Anti-habituation may occur. 5490
Habituation is not necessary
Equilibrium probability of
Joining and probability of equilibruim
Part and probability of equilibrium
Probability of equilibrium
Sample space probability of equilibrium
5446 5447
Summary: Habituation.
Accumulation (of adaptations) rate of
Equilibrium rate of accumulation
Habituation rate of accumulation
5490 5491
Habituation fundamental theorems
5512 5513
Summary: Clearer statements of the theorem on habituation. 5687, 5702.4, 5707, 5730, 6088
Habituation fundamental theorems
5674 5675
Summary: The structure that is necessary and sufficient if the whole's later behaviour is to be much dependent on its earlier experience. (Note that all this is equivalent to saying that the system has memory)
Habituation operator matters, machine not
Summary: In habituation I have shown that the operator does matter and the system does not (within broad limits).
5702 5703
Equilibrium under compound operators
Habituation as equilibrium
Operator compound operator and equilibrium
5704 5705
Summary: If two forcing operators alternate, they will lose their distinction while forcing.
Summary: Cycles under compound operators. 5734, 5893, 6088
Habituation cycles in
5730 5731
Arc and habituation
Habituation and arcs
Summary: How habituation will show in a multistable system of arcs.
5738 5739

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Summary: Habituation and the conditioned reflex as consequences of the law of experience.
Experience and habituation
Habituation and law of experience
Summary: All that a mechanism for the conditioned reflex needs is a clear bias.
5826 5827
Confluant and conditioned reflex
Equilibrium under regular transitions
Summary: The trap under a two-valued variation at the input.
Confluant and conditioned reflex
Equilibrium under regular transitions
Habituation as special case
5838 5839

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Summary: Habituation with cycles allowed. 6108
Habituation tilde-operation
Machine generating properties
Selection by machine
6088 6089

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Habituation tilde-operation
Topology natural, of machine
Summary: Why systems prefer small responses. 6248, 6250
Continuity and habituation
6244 6245

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Habituation theorem of
6394 6395

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Summary: Patterns must not be stored in the brain!
Habituation spread of
Reynolds' number and habituation
Summary: Speed of habituation and Reynold's number.
6632 6633

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Summary: Importance of alternation of operators.
Alternation as operator
Anticipation alternation in
Habituation aternation in
Habituation conditioned reflex as
Reflex, conditioned alterations, forcing
Trajectory long, with equilibrium
Forcing a variable theorem of
Insistance theorem of
Operator forcing
Operator insistence
Polystable forcing of
6754 6755
Summary: Speeding up ASP.
Habituation theories in the literature
Reflex, conditioned literature searched
6816 6817

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