The Describe Associator
facilitates the generation of one-dimensional or multidimensional association rules [HaKa01].
But our cybernetic approach allows that detailing of Miller's subsystems for processing information, especially of his associator
, that we need to compare Miller's and Beer's theories.
The acquisition of sequence knowledge by the phonological reading route will be facilitated by the presence of sequence knowledge in the acoustic to articulatory motor pattern associator
, as has been shown in simulations by Harm and Seidenberg .
The adaptation mechanism comprises of the associator
, memory and decider subsystems.
is 'the subsystem which carries out the first stage of the learning process, forming enduring associations among items of information in the system' (Miller, 1978, p.
High-effectiveness groups perceive the input transducer, memory and encoder processes as high in quality but perceive the associator
, producer and supporter processes as low in quality.
The decider subsystem receives this information and combines it with information from the reproducer subsystem (genetic information), the timer subsystem, the memory subsystem, the associator
subsystem, and the internal transducer subsystem to form information outputs.
Thus, it will belong mostly to such subsystems as memory, associator
, and boundary, among others.
No system at this level has an associator
subsystem; this subsystem is downwardly dispersed to individual persons or, occasionally, outwardly dispersed to operations researchers or management consultants from another organization; an artifact such as a computer may do some associating for an organization.
d) coordination (governance): associator
, memory, decider, timer, and reproducer.
should then, in respect to the central administration of the city, comprise the heads of central administrative organs but also persons with unique knowledge should be included in this function.
is defined as `the subsystem which carries out the first stage of the learning process, forming enduring associations among items of information in the system' (Miller, 1978).