"A dynamical system has a high homeostatic capacity if it is able to maintain its dynamics close to a certain state or states (attractors). As explained above, when perturbations or environmental changes occur, the system adapts to face the changes within the viability zone, that is, without the system “breaking” (Ashby, 1947a). Homeostasis can be seen as a dynamic process of self-regulation and adaptation by which systems adapt their behavior over time (Williams, 2006)."https://docs.google.com/.../0Bz8cVS8LoO7OYnV0NlRtZ0F.../editLet HnP = Homeostasis of a system. Let nX = frequency of communication ( Neme Exchange ) Let C = constraints F and R are constants.
In natural language. Change in the homeostasis of any system is proportional to changes in the communication flow within changes in constraints. A dynamic equilibrium will emerge if free flowing communication increases within appropriate constraints. The constraints are critical because as communication moves to greater freedom, turbulence is more likely. The constraints have to accommodate moving from turbulence to innovation. Since changes in technology and demography lead to ever changing constraints, the constraints must be managed. So then:
Let next outer sphere- families and peers = nPlx1 .
@ is an operator that means “nested in.”
Let CoNp = the cognitive component of the Learner.
Let PhNp = the physical component of the Learner.
Each component is said to oscillate to create waves of Intent, Emotion, Cognition within the constraints of the oscillations of of changes in the Physical wave. When the Waves of Emotion Wave, Cognition Wave and the Physical Wave are in synch, the probability increases of the emergence of an engaged learner who can realize her Intent