Money: A symbolic token of power that can be transferred between economic agents.

Price: A quantity of money needed to activate or inactivate an economic agent. “Activate” could mean transfer ownership, or perform a service, while “inactivate” could mean retracting a threat of force.

Capital: A financial asset which is valued according to the discount formula (risk-adjusted expected future earnings discounted to a present value).

Priority Theory of Value: The social value of something is measurable by its centrality to the society.

Generator Paradox: The observation that a system of planning based on energy value can result in generators always being the only rational use of resources.

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Resource:

* (abbreviation/alternate abbreviation): Description*

(id/id): A hashable and unique identifier to describe .

(q/q): The standard SI unit of this resource. When choosing this, keep in mind values will truncate below q.

(で/de): A set of resources that compose .

(sup): The set of all resources which could be considered generalizations of this resource.

(sub): The set of all resources which could be considered specializations of this resource.

(sv): The set of observations of this resource.

(ろ/ro): A set of properties defining

Supply:

Monoid:

Domain:

Sets:

Demand:

Monoid:

Domain:

Sets:

Exploitation:

Monoid:

Domain:

Sets:

Subsets of R:

The most basic subset of R, the basic and advanced materials.

: Basic materials:

: Advanced materials:

Economies are constrained between

The intermediate subset of R, the components.

Components have at least one material dependency:

Components are members of at least one set of product dependencies:

Components exist because of a process that acted on one or more materials:

The highest-level subset of R, the products.

Products are not materials or components:

Products’ dependency sets are composed of components:

Products exist because of a process that acted on one more components:

Adaptations of Mainstream Economics Definitions:

Normal good:

Ordinary good:

Inferior good:

Durable good:

x is a durable good iff:

Non-durable good:

x is a non-durable good iff:

Agents:

An agent is an individual or organization that acts on or is served by the economy.

: (id/id) Hashable and unique identifier

: (む/mu) The current mutex, if any, that a has locked.

: (ひ/hi) The allocation/deallocation and use history of a.

: (れ/re) Catalog or feature requests from a.

Set:

Derivations:

The set D (all demand) is at least the set of all requests for all agents in A.

The set E (all exploitation) is at least the set of all allocations and uses of all agents in A.