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authorbnewbold <bnewbold@robocracy.org>2014-04-23 01:19:31 -0400
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second lecture notes
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+bistability
+paradigm of low-activity and high-activity states; no cells/systems in between
+
+monostable systems are more common in biology. these are systems where the
+system responds monotonically to a stimulus value or input: the more input, the
+more output, with whatever curve (linear, s-curve, asymptotic)
+
+monostable is "analog"/continuous; bistable is "digital"/discrete
+
+enables persistence