Summary: When a mapping operates (a state-determined system) either: activity goes down or
internal pattering increases. 6850, 6835. Examples: 6854 Summary: Under any (one) sequence of mappings either activity decreases or internal patterning
Summary: One random mapping on an even (rectangular) distribution with many variables goes
almost wholly to internal constraint (transmission).
Summary: How a random mapping increases the convergence.
Summary: Under a random mapping, the internal transmission will rise rapidly at first, as the
distribution leaves the rectangular form; but it will soon stop increasing, and can
be expected to show no further interesting degree of increase. 6802 Entropy Bent's book Second Law (of thermodynamics) Bent's book
Summary: Thinly connected nets converge faster. If... Nothing can be inferred about two being easier than three unless we add an assumption
about the zeroness of higher order interactions (independence of higher order probabilities.) Convergence (of lines of behaviour) in net Mapping convergence in net Network convergence in
Summary: Cylindrance of a needle-pierced rectangular set equals the needle's base.
Summary: Studying mechanisms that are "dynamic" demands far more information than those that
are more of the "static" type. Dynamic system information in, v. static Information dynamic versus static systems
Summary: Conant's measures HL,TL,QL have the freedom from absolute value called for in the "Bio Science" paper. InformationConant's HL,TL,QL Library retrieval equals theorem-proving Theorem theorem proving equals information retrieval TransmissionConant's TL
Summary: (1) The "transmissions" require for coordination can always be achieved - method given.
(2) The whole flow of information can be analysed by the methods of book-keeping.
Another analysis: 6997 Analysis of information flow Coordination minimal information for Information partitioned Partition of information flows Transmission minimal, in coordination