Rediscovering IBISWorld’s Industry Research Reports, I went through and redid my analysis on the overhead of private property in the United States; I have generalized the scope somewhat to be […]
Graph Theory Economics Here is an article I wrote for the VIAAC wiki on the use of graph theory in VIAAC theory and natural economics.
As I’ve covered before, a computational economy uses preemption and priority levels for its allocation schemes. Priority levels are used to determine, when demand exceeds constraints, which demands to fulfill […]
In queuing theory, an M/M/c queue is one where arrivals (λ) happen by a Markov (Poisson) process, average time spent in the queue (μ) is also a Markov/Poisson process, and […]
This is going to be a short article, based on this table I’ve created: Comparison of transparent electrodes. This presents a way of comparing materials by their properties directly, using […]
A functional process is something that maps a set of inputs to a set of outputs. This can include production processes, which turn inputs into different outputs, construction processes, which […]
The networking of intentional communities, once established, would allow a specialization scheme for greater efficiency and robustness of the network. Due to the four-color theorem we know that 4 or […]