# Aspects of a Natural Economy

I still feel much of what I’ve written is not accessible to the general public.  This post will focus on an easily understandable overview of what defines a natural economy […]

# Priority levels defined more rigorously

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 […]

# Little Allocation for an M/M/c queue

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 […]

# Rethinking our Priorities.

The job I held before my current one was working as a server (among other things) in a high-end bakery.  My boss, the sous chef, loved to bake; she also […]

# Example: Comparison of transparent conductive materials.

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 […]

# Functional processes

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 […]

# Maximization is a Lofty Goal

Maximization is characteristic of the goals in capitalist economics.  Corporations are legally required to maximize profit, and according to the most extreme views of market economics, humans are supposed to […]

# Fundamentals, Continued

If you’ve been following, you may have noticed that though I defined three basic parameters, S, E, and D, I only used two of them.  If it wasn’t clear before, […]

# Fundamentals of Natural Economics

If you are unfamiliar with the basics of calculus, you can get a brief lesson here. Scarcity and Abundance The way we currently (at least supposedly) deal with scarcity is […]

# An overview of natural economics and its reasoning.

A “computational” or “natural” economy is a framework for a new economic system which attempts to reconcile the environmental, physical, and social needs of humanity with the opposing needs of […]