Schriften von Dr.Charles Muses (Musaios)

 
  • Illumination on Jacob Boehme
    Columbia University Press, New York, 1951


  • An Evaluation of Relativity Theory after a Half-Century
    New York, S.Weiser, 1953


  • East-West fire;Schopenhauer's optimism and the Lankavatara Sutra;
    an excursion toward the common ground between Oriental and Western religion.
    London, J.M.Watkins;Indian Hills, Colo.,Falcon's Wing Press


  • Foreword In: J. Rothstein's "Communication, Organization and Science"
    Falcon's Wing Press, Indiana Hills, CO, 1958


  • Editor`s Introduction In: Prismatic Voices, an Anthology
    Falcon`s Wing Press,Indiana Hills, CO,1958


  • Markov chains and the Fibonacci series
    Notices Amer. Math. Soc. 6 (1959) 388–389.


  • The Geometry of Equi-Infinitesimals
    In: Notices Amer.Math.Soc., Vol.6,1959, 388/558


  • Some Applications of Equi-Infinitesimal Analysis
    In: Notices Amer.Math.Soc., Vol.7,1960, 60/386


  • Inherently Solution Seeking Processes Irrespective of Initial Value
    In: Notices Amer.Math.Soc., Vol.7,1960, 638


  • The Homeostasis of the Fibonacci Series
    In: Notices Amer.Math.Soc., Vol.7,1960, 579


  • A new parameter relating hyperbolic and circular functions
    Notices Amer. Math. Soc. 7 (1960) 73.


  • On the unique ordering of the decimal forms
    Notices Amer. Math. Soc. 7 (1960) 379.


  • The dimensional continuum in Hilbert space
    Notices Amer. Math. Soc. 7 (1960) 639, erratum 10 (1963) 377.


  • The topology of the zeroth dimension
    Notices Amer. Math. Soc. 7(1960) 639–640.


  • Hyperspheres and dimensionality: preliminary report
    Notices Amer. Math. Soc. 7 (1960) 640, erratum 10 (1963) 377.


  • The concept and calculus of an operational continuum: preliminary report
    Notices Amer. Math. Soc. 7 (1960) 378–379


  • An explicit formulation for the value of a fractional factorial
    Notices Amer. Math. Soc. 7 (1960) 884.


  • Ed. The Septuagint Bible
    2nd Ed. (Ed. C.Muses), Falcon`s Wing Press,Indian Hills, CO, 1960


  • The Logic of Biosimulation
    In: Aspects of the Theory of Artificial Intelligence:
    Proceeedings of the First International Symposium on Biosimulation
    Locarno, June 27 - July 5, 1960
    Ed. C.Muses, Plenum, New York,1962,115-163


  • A concept of integration capable of integrating the Heaviside unit function
    In: Aspects of the Theory of Artificial Intelligence:
    Proceeedings of the First International Symposium on Biosimulation (appendix to Chapter 8), Locarno, June 27 - July 5, 1960
    Ed. C.Muses, Plenum, New York,1962


  • Proof of the axiom of choice
    In Aspects of the Theory of Artificial Intelligence: Proceedings of the First International Symposium on Biosimulations, Locarno, June 27–July 5, 1960, ed. C. Muses, Plenum, New York, 1962, pp. 263–271.


  • A new property of the Bernoulli numbers
    Notices Amer. Math. Soc. 10 (1963) 267, erratum 10 (1963) 377.


  • The various light ;An Anthology of Modern Poetry in English
    Ed. Leah Bodine Drake and Charles Arthur Muses, [Lausanne] Aurora Press, 1964


  • Systemic stability and cybernetic control: an introduction to the cybernetics of higher integrated behavior
    In: Cybernetics of Neural Processes (Ed. E.R.Caianiello)
    National Research Council of Italy,Rome, 1965,149-212


  • Aspects of Some Crucial Problems in Biological and Medical Bio-Cybernetics (II)
    Elsevier, (Ed. Norbert Wiener and J.P.Schade),Amsterdam , 1965


  • Celtic Origins ... Arthur: The Chain of Evidence
    In: Celticum XII, No.98 , 1965, 359-384


  • Finding of the primal dimensional family
    Cited by H.S.M.Coxeter "Geometry", Lectures in Modern Mathematics,
    Vol.3 (Ed.T.L.Saaty) John Wiley & Sons , New York, 1965, p.66


  • A more exact theory of gravitation deducible in part from the solar observations of J.D.Cassini
    In: La Ricerca Scientifica (Roma), anno 35, Serie 2, Part I, Oct-Dec, 1965, S.193-204


  • The First Nondistributive Algebra, with Relations to Optimization and Control Theory
    In: Functional Analysis and Optimization, ed. by E. R. Caianiello, Academic Press 1966, 171 - 212


  • Hypernumber
    In: Ann.New York Acad. Scienc., Vol.138, New York, 1967, 660/901


  • Time, experience and dimensionality: An introduction to higher kinds of number
    In: Ann. New York Acad. Sci., Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Time, 138, art. 2 (1967) 646–660.


  • Hypernumber and Metadimension Theory: unusual states of consciousness
    In: Journal for the Study of Consciousness, Vol.1, 29, 1968, 149


  • The noetic relevance of psychoactive molecules
    In: Journal for the Study of Consciousness, Vol.2, 1969, 163-166


  • The Genetic Code
    In: Journal for the Study of Consciousness, Vol.2, 1969, 18-19


  • The Bichromatic Scale and the Electronic Orchestra
    In: Journal for the Study of Consciousness, Vol.2, No.1, 1969, 82


  • The Limits of Consciousness
    In: Journal for the Study of Consciousness, Vol.1 , 1969, 77-79


  • Altering states of consciousness by mathematics
    In: Journal for the Study of Consciousness, Vol.3, 1970, 43-50


  • On the Modification of Random Fluctuations by a Target - Seeking Process Utilising Random Energies
    In: International Journal for Bio-Medical Computing, Vol.1, 1970, 75-80


  • The use of higher operators in problems of bio-medical computing
    In: International Journal for Bio-Medical Computing, Vol.1, 1970, 167-172


  • The impending discontinuity circa 1980
    In: Journal for the Study of Consciousness, Vol.3, 1970,5–8


  • The Units of the Physical World
    In: Journal for the Study of Consciousness, Vol.4, 1971, 89-95


  • What 20th century science implies for man
    Journal for the study of consciousness, 4 (1971) 43–61, corrigenda 4 (1971) 200, 5 (1972) 332


  • Working with the Hypernumber Idea
    In: Consciousness and Reality,(Ed.C.Muses/A.Young)
    E.P.Dutton / Avon/Discus, New York, 1972, 448-469


  • A table of the simplest hypernumbers and their properties
    Journal for the Study of Consciousness, 3, (1970) 170–176, corrigenda 4 (1971) 96, 5 (1972) 332.


  • The inability to give explicit examples in modern algebraic theory
    Journal for the Study of Consciousness, 4 (1971) 192–196, corrigenda 5 (1972) 94.


  • Why do All Celestial Bodies Rotate and Evolve
    In: Journal for the Study of Consciousness, Vol.5, 295-299, 1972/73,


  • Anatomy of zero and infinity
    In: Journal for the Study of Consciousness, Vol.5, 315 - 326, 1972/73


  • Fractional dimensions and their experiential meaning
    In: Journal for the Study of Consciousness, Vol.5, 1972/73, 315-326


  • RNA and DNA in Biological Evolution and Cancer
    In: Journal for the Study of Consciousness, Vol.5, 292-294, 1972


  • The necessity for hypernumber algebras beyond p-1 in quantum
    In: Journal for the Study of Consciousness, Vol.5,85-88, 1972


  • Can matrices have square roots that are not matrices?
    In: Journal for the Study of Consciousness, Vol.5, 89-90, 1972


  • CM (Consciousness-Matter interactions) Quantum Theory: The beginning of a Quantum Psychology,
    In: Journal for the Study of Consciosness, 5 (1972) 239–242


  • Hypernumbers and their spaces: A summary of new findings
    In: Journal for the Study of Consciosness, 5 (1972) 251–256


  • An open letter on superluminous speeds to Dr. Carlo Rubbia, Harvard University
    In: Journal for the Study of Consciosness, 5 (1972), 300-3001


  • The best logic: A dialog
    In: Journal for the Study of Consciosness, 5 (1972) 302-304


  • The Fibonacci series in eclipses and other natural phenomena
    In: Journal for the Study of Consciosness, 5 (1972) 305-307


  • Anatomy of zero and infinity
    In: Journal for the Study of Consciosness, 5 (1972) 308-312


  • Mind-training notes
    In: Journal for the Study of Consciosness, 5 (1972) 313-314


  • Fractional dimensions and their experiential meaning
    In: Journal for the Study of Consciosness, 5 (1972) 315-326


  • More on Fermat’s Last Theorem and consciousness
    In: Journal for the Study of Consciosness, 5 (1972) 327-329


  • The Exploration of Consciousness
    In: Consciousness and Reality, Avon/Discus (Ed.C.Muses/A.Young), New York, 1972


  • Communication of Consciousness Necessitates the Vacuum as Transducer
    In: Konferenz o Vyzkumu Psychotroniky (sbornik referatu, 2.dil)
    Prague, 1973, 42-44


  • Hypernumbers and their spaces: A summary of new findings
    In: Journal for the Study of Consciousness 5:251–256 (1972–73)


  • Anatomy of zero and infinity
    In: Journal for the Study of Consciousness 5:308– 312 (1972–73)


  • Cybernetics Today and Tomorrow : The Place of Hypernumbers
    In: Kybernetes, Vol. 2, 1, 1973, 43-46


  • Automultiprocessing (AMP): A New Capability for LST/MOS computers with Applications to Hypernumbers, Algebras and Arithmetics
    In: NATO Advanced Study Institute, Proceedings of the June Session
    Capri, 1973, 335-347


  • Psi, A New Dimension in the Sciences
    In: Impact of Science on Society, Vol.XXIV, No.4, 1974, 305-309


  • How to make a stupid machine clever by cybernetically opportunistic programming
    In: Kybernetes 3 (1974) 217–219


  • Communication of consciousness necessitates vacuum as transducer
    In: Nous Letter, Vol.1, 1974,20-21


  • Psychotronic Quantum Theory: A proposal for understanding mass/spacetime/consciousness transductions in terms of extended quantum theory
    Secd. Intern. Congr. on Psychotronic Research, Monte Carlo 1975, S. 26


  • Automultiprocessing (AMP): A new capability for LSI/MOS computers with Applications to Hypernumber Algebra and Arithmetics
    In: New Concepts and Technologies in Parallel Information (Ed. E.Caianiello, Neyden, Noordhoff
    NATO ASI Series, Noordhooof/Leyden, 1975, E9 - 335-347


  • Hypernumbers, Psychoenergetics, and Precognition
    In: Psychoenergetic Systems, 1976, Vol. 1, pp 201-202


  • Acculturation and Hypnosis: An invited address before the American Anthropological Association
    San Francisco,CA,1975, later ed. by J.K.Long /Metuchen, New Jersey,1977, S.348-370


  • Applied hypernumbers: Computational concepts
    In: Journal of Applied Mathmatics and Computation, Vol.3, 211-216, 1976


  • Computing in the Bio-Sciences with Hypernumbers
    In: Int.J.Bio-Medical Computing, Vol. 3, 1976, 211-226


  • SUPL
    In: Modern Trends in Cybernetics and Systems
    Vol.3 (Ed. J.Rose and C.Bilciu), Springer,New York,1977, 167-178


  • Explorations in Mathematics
    In: Impact of Science on Society, UNESCO,Vol.27, No. 1, 1977, 67-85


  • Hypernumbers II: Further concepts and computational applications
    In: Journal of Applied.Mathematics and Computation., Vol.4, 1978, 45-66


  • Computing in the bio-sciences with hypernumbers: a survey
    In: International Journal of Bio-Medical Computing, Vol.10, 519-525, Elsevier, Amsterdam


  • Grammar, Context and Programming Languages
    In: Kybernetes, Vol.8, 1979, 82-83


  • Celtic Origins and the Arthurian Cycle: Geographic-Linguistic Evidence
    In: Journal of Indo-European Studies, Vol.7, 1979, 31- 48


  • Hypernumbers and quantum field theory with a summary of physically applicable hypernumbers
    In: Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computation, Vol.6, 1980, 63-94


  • A realizable representation of the whole hyperbolic plane
    Abstr.Amer. Math. Soc. 1 (1980) 174, erratum 1 (1980) 207.


  • A new generalization of Fermat’s Last Theorem (FLT) with some geometric implications
    Abstr. Amer. Math. Soc. 1 (1980) 328, erratum 1 (1980)


  • A new and proper generalization of Fermat’s Last Theorem (FLT)
    Abstr. Amer. Math. Soc. 1 353 (1980).


  • The e, Ph, Pi connection,
    Abstr. Amer. Math. Soc. 1 (1980) 384


  • The functional basis of the Fibonacci and related series: preliminary report
    Abstr. Amer. Math. Soc. 2 (1981) 398.


  • Four new theorems extending Gauss’ results on gamma functions: preliminary report, part 1,
    Abstr. Amer. Math. Soc. 2 (1981) 464.


  • Four new theorems extending Gauss’ results on gamma functions: preliminary report, part 2,
    Abstr. Amer. Math. Soc. 2 (1981) 534.


  • Introduction: Esoteric Teachings of the Tibetan Tantra
    Samuel Weiser, New York, 1982,7-13


  • Hypernumbers and Time Operators
    In: Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computation, Vol.12, 1983, 139-167


  • A Closed Expression for the Zeta-Function of Odd Integer Argument
    In: Abstracts, Amer.Month.Societ., Meeting, No.805, Albany, New York, 8-12 August 1983, New York


  • Chapter 29 in "Self-Organization"
    In:Ed. F.E.Yates,Plenum Press,New York, 1984


  • The Mendelian binomial distribution and its generalization
    Abstr.Amer. Math. Soc. 4 (1983) 446.


  • Some Current Dilemma in Applied Physical Mathematics
    In: Applied Mathematics and Computation, Vol. 14, 1984, 210-212


  • Two tests for primes
    Abstr. Amer. Math. Soc. 5 (1984) 132, erratum 5 (1984) 222, erratum 5 (1984) 283


  • The product-modulus law generalised, and coordinate multiplication,
    Abstr. Amer. Math. Soc. 5 (1984) 259–260


  • The Painlev´e transcendents refer to egg-shaped ovals:
    preliminary report, Abstr. Amer. Math. Soc. 5 (1984) 302


  • Some sphere packing formulas,
    Abstr. Amer. Math. Soc. 5 (1984) 309– 310


  • Generalization of a Diophantine problem in Plutarch,
    Abstr. Amer. Math. Soc. 5 (1984) 325


  • Pythagorean triangles and hyperbolic generating functions, Abstr.
    Amer. Math. Soc. 5 (1984) 331


  • Chronotopology. Destiny and Control in Human Systems. Studies in the Interactive Connectedness of Time
    Kluwer/Nijhoff Publishing, Boston/Dordrecht, 1985


  • Interfaces between Quantum Physics and Bioenergetics
    In: Self- Organizing Systems, Plenum , Ed. F.Yates×New York, 1987, 489-587


  • A new Approach to CAAD: Morphogenetic Alphabets and Design Computability
    In: Kybernetes, Vol.17, No.5, 1988, 33-43


  • Sacred Plant of Ancient Egypt
    In: The Gateway to Inner Space, Ed.C.Raetsch, Prism Press, 1989


  • Artificial Intelligence and Constituent Analysis
    In: Kybernetes, Vol.19, No.5, 1990, 15-17


  • The Ageless Way of Goddess: Divine Pregnancy and Higher Birth in Ancient Egypt and China
    In: In all her Names. Ed. C.Muses/J.Campbell, Harper, 1991, 131-165


  • New Ressources and Wider Horizons for Cybernetics
    In: Kybernetes, Vol. 20, No.6, 1991, 57-68


  • Dimensions, fractals and sphere packing
    In: The mathematical heritage of C.F.Gauss, World Scientific, Singapore, 1991, 526-543


  • Introduction to Lattices and Order, by Davey,B.A. and Priestley, H.A.
    Bookreview In: Kybernetes, Vol.20, No.1, 1991,65-66


  • A maximal sharpening and short proof of a fundamental theorem by Minkowski
    In: Abstract for Math.American Soc. , Meeting, 12:510, 1991


  • The use of infinite numbers to make explicit the poles of the factorial function
    In: Abstract for Math.American Soc.Meeting,875, 29 June 1992


  • Pariability as a measure of equal size (cardinality) in infinite series
    In: Abstract for Math.American Soc. , Meeting, 1993


  • Review of the living legend Vladimir Arnol'd, master system theorist and philosopher of mathematics
    In: Kybernetes, Vol.22, 1993, 57-68


  • Hypernumbers or How They Interface with the Physical World
    In: Applied Mathematics and Computation, Vol.60, 1994,25-36


  • Communications. The System Analyst and Designer`s Vade-Mecum, or Applicable Systematics in a Nutshell
    In: Kybernetes, Vol.23, No.1, 1994,47-48


  • Feedback and Musical Resonance
    In: Kybernetes, Vol.23, No.6, 1994,111-122


  • The Fibonacci series: functional basis and generalization of the n-th term
    In: Abstract for Math.American Soc.Meeting, 893, 16.Juni, 1994


  • Bernoulli numbers of general index
    Abstr. Amer. Math. Soc. 15 (1994) 25.


  • A supremum for the absolute value of the denominator of Bernoulli numbers of index a power of two
    Abstr. Amer. Math. Soc. 15 (1994) 235.


  • The role of topology in Diophantine functions
    Abstr. Amer. Math. Soc. 15 (1994) 338.


  • The maximal number of 3-D spheres that can fit around a like sphere
    Abstr. Amer. Math. Soc. 15 (1994) 459.


  • The Unique Reach of Cybernetics in Our Fin-de-siecle
    In: Kybernetes, Vol.24, No.6, 1995, 29


  • A planetary periodic table
    In: Bulletin of the Royal Astronomical Society Canada, Vol.24, No.7,1995, 6-19


  • EXCORcist boolean algebra and interaction between binary strings
    In: Kybernetes, Vol.24, No.4,1995, 33-45


  • Consciousness: The Holy Grail of Science
    In: Kybernetes, Vol.25, No.7/8, 1996, 109-127


  • The Lionpath - The Big Picture: A Short Path to Regeneration for our times
    House of Horus, 1996


  • A Celebration of higher dimensional systems and a man who notably explored them
    Invited article: Kybernetes, Vol.25, No.5, 1996, 48-52


  • System Theory and the Roots of Democracy
    Kybernetes, Vol. 25 No. 4, 1996,

  • A likely cybernetic perennial: Studies in cognitive systems theory
    In: Kybernetes , Vol. 26, No. 8, pp. 936-938, 1997


  • Research Announcement: A Sphere-Packing Breakthrough Via Dimensional Families
    In: Applied Mathematics and Computation, Vol.81, 1997, 1-2


  • The Dimensional Family Approach in (Hyper)sphere Packing: A Typological Study of New Patterns, Structures, and Interdimensional Functions
    In: Applied Mathematics and Computation, 88:1-26, 1997


  • A Saga of Error and Glory : An Ancient Record Recounted
    House of Horus, 1997


  • De Morgan's Ramanujan: an incident in recovering our endangered cultural memory of mathematics
    In: The Mathematical Intelligencer, 20(3), 47-51, 1998


  • A review of the proceedings of the Norbert Wiener centenary congress, including a paper not in the collected works
    In: Kybernetes, Vol.27, No.1,1998, 26-28


  • Cybernetics, the conscience of science Studies of interactions between physical and sociopolitical feedbacks and the theory behind them
    In: Kybernetes , Vol. 28, No. 4, pp. 361-376, 1999


  • The Shamanic Lionpath
    House of Horus, 1999


  • New Considerations of Denumerability, Non-Denumerability, and Target-seeking Algorithms
    In: Applied Mathematics and Computation, 107:225-233, 2000


  • Validating Kepler's Conjecture:A new Approach
    In: Applied Mathematics and Computation, 110:94-104, 2000


  • Some New Considerations on the Bernoulli Numbers, the Factorial Function, and Riemann's Zeta Function.
    In: Applied Mathematics and Computation, 113,: 1-21, 2000


  • Access: The Lionpath for the Twenty-First-Century
    House of Horus, 2001


  • Simplifying Complexity: the Greatest Challenge to Management and Government
    In: Kybernetes, Vol.31, No.7/8, 2002, No.7/8, 962-988


  • Recollections of Norbert Wiener, Warren McCulloch and Stafford Beer
    In: Kybernetes, Vol.31, No.7/8, 2002, No.7/8, S.1005-1009


 
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