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1) is a combined state-control constraint, which is difficult to handle in general. 5) and the fact MSL(O) = 1, the constraint can be brought in the form CI(t)F6(t) . 3) is interpreted as a further restriction on the range of admissible values of up(t). For the constants introduced the following values have been chosen: ex = exp = exNR = exPOL = At 0,2 Ap = 200 25 ACI = 200 3,5 ANR = 1000 A pOL = 50 10 =5 mincon P(m) Cl(m) NR(m) POL(m) = 10 =1 = 100 = 1 maxcon P( m) = 200 Cl(m) = 600 NR(m) = 1000 POL(m) = 200 29 WORLD DYNAMICS These values are the same for all problems treated.

The formal structure of transformations In connection with our definition of transformation given in Section 2 of this paper we can best represent the informational structure that a transformation is as a function: tf tm~ tt or: tf(tm) = tt (1) where tm transformand If transformation It transformate The structure of the transformation can be described in detail if we conceive of transformand and transformate as systems, or, rather, as states of a system. After having described the system's structures oftransformand and transformate we can reveal the structure of the transformation by comparing the structures of the elements of the transformation.

The last section of this paper is devoted to an informal and summary description of the transformations that can be found in transformation tests used in the Guilford model of intelligence. 1. Introduction This paper contains a number of theoretical considerations concerning the concept of transformation as a product category in the Structure-of-Intellect model (SI model) of J. P. Guilford [1967]. While for some of the other product categories of Guilford's model, like classes, relations, and systems, we have at our disposal a theoretical basis borrowed from interdisciplinary oriented branches of science such as logic and general systems theory, a theoretical basis for the above transformation concept is completely lacking except for some indications in cybernetic theory (Ashby [1952]).

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