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22.214.171.124 Process hypothesis 126.96.36.199-1: In all channels c = w log2 (1 + p/n). That is,
the maximum capacity (in bits per s) of a channel is equal to its bandwidth times
the logarithm of (1 plus the ratio of the power of the signal to the power of the ...
hypothesis 5.1-10: As average input intensity increases, use of the omission
adjustment process decreases. (M) hypothesis 5.1-11: As input priority increases,
average output rate increases. (L) hypothesis 5.1-12: As input priority increases,
(M) hypothesis 5.4.1-3: Increase in the number of components in a system
requires a disproportionately larger increase in the number of information
processing and deciding components. (L) This hypothesis was suggested by
Passer, who ...
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I purchased this book many years ago and found it very enlighting. The shredout concept was of particular interest to me in that it provided ways to look at various living systems from micro to macro. It has a lot of detail which I never was able to get around to studying, but appears to have influenced my thinking which was later documented in a series of blogs http://www.bcswonline.com/blog/index.html
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TABLE 11 The 19 Critical Subsystems of a Living System
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