Thursday, December 19, 2013

Homeostasis Control Mechanisms and paradox of open-loop



This case study focuses on Homeostasis Control Mechanisms and compares two different sort of self-regulating processes within Biological Systems.  The observational and experimental studies target open-loop tracking complex via external and internal environments. Parameters of external environment are modified by Global Variables; consequently, unpredictable hidden open-loops can generate with disparity gradients in social contexts. Parameters within internal environment handle through encapsulated Sensors and Input Control Mechanism. The value discrepancies are improved by auto-adjusting algorithm within Homeostasis Control Mechanism.

Homeostasis Control Mechanism for Primary Instincts cannot trace and detect complex parameters in social algorithms due to encapsulated parameters of Competitive World in Global variables. Instance parameters of Primary Instincts are incompatible with parameters of social algorithms because Systems Owners are determined to succeed by competitive advantage in the market.  Systems Owners provide compatibility patches for system requirements and platform availability in order to hold leadership for Global Competitiveness. The Closed-loop timing and the number of open-loops in external environment depend on parameter complexity in Global Variables.

Homeostasis Control Mechanism for Blood Glucose can trace and detect possible disturbance and abnormal conditions due to tight regulation of blood Glucose. System sensor can respond promptly to any divergence from global code and regulate the equilibrium state for Blood Glucose level. Modulation of environmental dynamic and encapsulated single control code can add a progressive control blood sugar. Open-loop in confining Homeostasis Control Mechanism imply to structural abnormality in Glucose value. Open-loop mode and value discrepancies are transparent for Homeostasis Control Mechanism.

The Homeostatic Regulation of Blood Glucose has constraint underlying analogical mapping with Homeostatic Regulated Primary Instincts. Both Control Mechanisms respond to value discrepancies, which might disturb its normal conditions in order to obtain an equilibrium mode. However, Homeostatic Regulation of blood Glucose has an encapsulated single level input control. For example, system sensor regulates and transports blood to Closed-loop Controller when blood sugar level is outside the normal range (above 100 mg/dl). Blood Glucose adjusts to normal range via Insulin and return to system primary loop circulatory system. The normal range of Glucose synthesis can be monitored by system sensor and transport to liver. The flow of glucose through each those two processes are regulated and executed in system mechanism within a short period of time. Biological Systems do not detect open-loop mod in the regulatory process control due to consistency and accuracy in modulation measurement. (See diagram 1.0)
                                                                              



The Homeostatic Regulation of Primary Instincts initials state of activation while certain Primary Instinct becomes active through either Input Genetic Algorithm or External Input. Brain Center scrutinizes Input parameters and then transmits a signal to Secondary Instinct. Input parameters measures in Secondary Instinct and select appropriate Primary Instincts for activation. Primary Instincts characterized cell types transmit back to Secondary Instinct.  Identical attribution algorithm for selected Primary Instincts examine within Secondary Instincts.  Associated Primary Instincts can be activated by Secondary Instincts when selected Primary Instincts do not meet real- world requirements. Attribution algorithms transfer to Closed-loop Controller and algorithm parameters compare with encapsulated criteria. Approved algorithms move forward to Brain Center. Non-approved algorithms move back and forth between Secondary Instincts and Closed-loop Controller in order to activate certain Associated Primary Instincts. Eventually, non-approved algorithms with unstable attributes may generate hidden open-loop between Secondary Instinct and Closed-loop Controller.

The Brain Center sends order to structural units for further enhancing and functioning in external environments. A feedback mechanism returns values to Homeostatic Regulation of Primary Instincts. Returning value can be either straight forward Input or open-loop. Feedback mechanism may generate open-loop when returning values does not obtain an equilibrium mode in the regulatory process control. (See diagram 2.1)


                                                                 

Homeostatic Control System obtains an equilibrium mode when feedback shift from External Environment integrates with Physical functions (compatibility mode). Selection of stimulus parameters in External Environment transfer to Brain Center. External parameters are evaluated by the Brain Center and then cell types would transfer functional signal to array of Primary Instincts through Closed-loop Controller. Primary Instincts and possible activated Associated Instincts are required for compatibility at Library Section Criteria.  Instance external functions and attributes for Primary Instincts compare with parameters in Library Section Criteria. Approved functions and attributes challenge Closed-loop Controller to transmit signal to Secondary Instinct. Non-approved external functions and attributes generate hidden open-loop within Closed-loop Controller. Diagram 2.2 shows a paradox of incompatibility in Closed-loop Controller.
                                                                    


Analysis and comparison of Homeostatic Control Systems
Homeostatic Control System for Blood Glucose Levels has a short circulatory process control; besides, consistency and accuracy in modulation measurement provide an automatic detection of characteristics under open-loop condition. Encapsulated sensors detect deviations promptly and the Control System provides compatibility patches for system requirements. Homeostatic Control System for Blood Glucose strive normally harmonic enrichment in system framework. Hidden open-loops can detect through diagnostic blood tests.

Homeostatic Control System for Primary Instincts has two- layered integration framework with long sequences of internal and external processes. Internal circulatory processes integrate with wide range of external effects of parameters.  External parameters are instance parameters of Global Variables and Competitive World. External parameters are always incompatible condition with internal processes. External parameters are articulated for proactive mechanism of Competitive World, which have collision path with internal characteristic patterns of Primary Instincts. Contradictions within two-layered integration modify Homeostatic Control System for Primary Instincts. It can underlie early genetic vulnerability and generate multiple hidden open-loops for Biological Systems.

Instance parameters of Primary Instincts (internal parameters) are automatic feedback mechanism which adjusts open-loops for Biological Systems.

However, Instance parameters of Competitive World (external Parameters) are automatic feedback mechanisms which provide competitive advantage for Non-Biological Systems.


Observation:

The Interdisciplinary Research and Perspective is based on Systems Theory.

Observation:

Homeostatic Control System for Primary Instincts has complicated structure and consists of two integrated sections. The Internal section handle parameter changes in the external section. The incompatibility property of integration causes hidden open-loop in Homeostatic Control System; therefore, compatibility between two sections is essential.    

Observation:

Parameters of external section of Homeostatic Control System must be articulate and align according to property of ethical Primary Instincts. Governance Rules and Principles need to encourage consistency in moral and prevent inconsistency. Social norms are instance parameters of Competitive World; consequently, internal section of Homeostatic Control System encounters open-loops.

Observation:

Open-loop in Homeostatic Control System for Primary Instincts generates hidden emotional disturbances with behavioral disorders in Non-biological Systems.


Observation:
Unethical parameters in Competitive World inspire Systems Owners to have a new strategic thinking about opponents. Parameters in new strategic thinking hints unscientific and unethical decision making in system frameworks; therefore, Global Variables are infect with virus of Unethical parameters in Competitive World.
Predictable Pattern Infection with unethical parameters can detect in social contexts. Unethical social parameters inspire activation of unethical Primary Instincts. 

Observation: 
Unethical Primary Instincts cause antisocial personality disorder behavior and complexity for Non-Biological Systems. System Owners can save social costs and side-effects of social violence by using ethical parameters.
According to observational study, patterns of equality in social structure would set aside unethical connections with Competitive World and ultimately create competitive advantage for Systems Owners.
For example, some essential moral parameters of key ethical in Global Variables are as following:
develop solidarity among surrounding, respect to integrity and honesty of individuals, promote love and loyalty, attention to freedom and dignity, increase transparency, develop human rights, express the values of trust, promote empathy and sympathy, focus on life sciences and health care, practice openness with compassion, honor trust and fair judgment, maximize life satisfaction and positive behavioral support to individuals, peaceful manifestation of democracy through rethinking bureaucratic rationality and possible elimination of Bureaucratic Hypocrisy. These parameters are on a collision path with the Competitive World and Systems Owners are reluctant to articulate these parameters in Global Variables.  


Systematic Syndrome of encapsulated algorithms from Competitive World in social platforms  

Society’s syndrome is characterized as a circumstance that appears in a society where parameters in Competitive World inspire System Owner to become more competitive. System Owner modifies entire system resources through Global Variables according to parameters of Competitive World. Global Variables inspire society to become fully qualified for competition. Associated External Instincts in society (unethical parameters) integrate with associated Internal Instincts. Closed-loop Controller (Brain) scrutinizes parameter of Internal Instincts (unethical parameters) and saves a new set of feature parameters of Competitive World in Library Section Criteria (brain). Hidden open-loop generates cross Internal Instincts and eventually, integration with External Instincts executes hidden open-loop in society.  Hidden open-loop perpetuates in society and cause hidden social costs. Side-effects of evolution open-loops create a vicious cycle and return hidden financial burden in Competitive World.  (See diagram 3)

                                                                         
                                                                              


Observation:

Competitive World is vision framework and it focuses, among others, on Economy Performances, Competencies, and Labor Rationalization. Systems Owners must follow guidelines for strategic criteria in portfolio rationalization and implement an intelligent cost reduction framework; otherwise, system platforms confront serious crisis. A multi-Parameter Mechanism of Competitive World is not friendly with social mechanisms and Biological Systems. Instance parameters of Competitive World inspire unethical Primary Instincts to become active and hamper active ethical Primary Instincts. 


Observation:

The Humanity is a key to future of healthy system performances and competitions. Parameters of Competitive World need to overwhelmingly align with parameters of Humanity.

Observation:

The EPVA Instinct and its Associated Instincts must be eliminated among Systems Owners in order to have healthy parameters in Competitive World. The Cynical Instinct plays a significant role in growth of Associated Instincts. A creative spiritual principle and philosophical concepts would inspire Systems Owners to inactivate EPVA Instinct. 

Observation:


Systems Owners sub-optimize systems platforms in order to handle hidden parameters in vicious cycle. Systems Owners truly believe that they implement optimal state feedback control in systems platforms because their products and services build satisfied and loyal customers. Criteria for customer satisfaction level identify and create through Global Variables by Systems Owners.



Observation:

The optimal state Estimation can identify the most efficient operation of an object. How do we identify the most efficient operation of an object? We can identify the most operational efficiency when we identify object capacity through analogical mapping between Inputs and outputs. It requires the effect of input knowledge on creativity and context-based awareness mechanisms for object properties. Object properties modify on the evolutionary path of systems performances.  
Observation:

According to empirical study, a hidden open loop causes a very impetuous act in community and social contexts by human actions.  Source and instance of open loops are always Systems Owners.   Such a moral fact can justify a new era in Judicial Reforms in the future.

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