Thursday, December 22, 2016

Network changes when productivity hits

With no increased supply of raw materials, in the example, we get an external burst of innovation, some transaction costs drop across the board.

In this case, we have no observable loops, all growth in distribution comes from mostly uniform sub branching in the distribution network, specialization takes place.  The new physicists call this volume filling.  It is a jump in our ability to segment set, actually, we collectively jump one in the number of algebraic primes our pricing rations can handle.  Remember, all inventory is integer ratio, never a half egg.  Just the ability to manage one more dimension than before.

The standard S&L will get more accurate, and leave a residual surplus bit error.  Pit bosses will do a balanced spawn, they think they got another digit with which to watch what we are doing. What we will be doing is selling eggs by the dozen, the half dozen the one an a half dozen, because the ratio algebra has more primes to make more factors to make more case sizes.

Define terms
The ongoing probability graph is the inventory distribution, over the networks money system. In relative units of coin issued, the standard S&L tells use the distribution of inventory with some N quants, N small.  The bit error is the price variance needed, and ongoing, to keep those ratios along the spanning tree.

And we see quite an industry could work out the various combinations of inventory flow, with undiscovered coherence.  Group theory and network theory would be a network hologram of the group? Whatever.  What is neat is that the math folks can look at various flow proposals and give you an estimate of the bit error gain or loss. Make you a better trader, especially if we get all the necessary spawn mechanism working.

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