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5-13 Relationships between rate of information input in bits per second and rate
of output in total bits and correct bits per second. Either a dot or a gap represents
a bit in the input. For each 2.6 dots in the input, there is one gap. A tap in ...
cessing is central (probably in the decider) and not in the peripheral output
transducer (see pages 139 and 444). (g) Self-pacing tests were also carried out,
and under such conditions correct information output was at rates as high as the
tion input rate increases so does the output rate, until a certain channel capacity
is reached. Then the output levels off at that rate. Finally as the information input
rate continues to rise, there is a marked decrease in output rate accompanied by
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TABLE 11 The 19 Critical Subsystems of a Living System
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