Monday, January 31, 2011

Mathematics: Increments in Series and Derivative Calculations

increments in series and derivative calculations:

ratios, fractional odds and probabilities

4:3 and 5:4
57% and 56%
57:43 and 56:44

7:4 and 9:5
64% and 64%
64:36 and 64:36

around the middle of the decimal series 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9 and its derivative series and fractional odds and probabilities, commonly used in gaming and associated betting, something in the pattern of numbers is significant in various series and derivative calculations. when used in predictive mathematical models and algorithms, it reduces unnecessary calculation in the best instances.

although the difference between 57% and 56% is tiny, the difference between 57% and 64%, for example, is significant. in the case of:



the difference between 60% and 63% is tiny.

numerical algorithms are patterns of numbers that can benefit mathematical models, used in programming and other applied sciences.


Sunday, January 30, 2011

Latent Demand in the Open Economy

latent demand in the open economy:

personal ambition dictates many consumer choices. a common demand may be frustrated by lack of supply and production means or by low savings or high interest rates. there are many indicators of interest rates in the modern open economy as there are many asset classes and forms of money or credit.

the herd instinct is one of the larger truths about the market, it may be that this clouds the issue of latent demand, be it either social or industrial, for example. the connection between people in the market may be wavering and lead to false indicators. the hot money is always chasing the next big thing.


Thursday, January 20, 2011

Observation and Manipulation

observation and manipulation:

when something happens that is fantastic, the natural line of questioning begins thus....

did i make this happen? am i responsible?
can i repeat it?

the old practitioner has long mastered the variables involved required to bring about a certain effect. if i do this and this, then that happens. if i alter this variable in such a way, then something happens that is different.

the master has sensed the importance of the sources of the event manifest, and become an expert in managing the result.


Sunday, January 16, 2011

Catch a Word, A Spell

catch a word, a spell:

what was i thinking at the time? what words were in my head?

a token to remember an event
a memory of importance

word a spell, how to spell?


Monday, January 10, 2011

The Most Popular Theoretical Model

the most popular theoretical model:

the most popular theoretical model that everyone is familiar with is, without doubt, the 3D mechanical motion theoretical model. our eyesight is aligned with this in mind. indeed, the 3D world is projected across our field of vision and we are practised in thinking about it over centuries of life with this the common state of affairs.

this is, of course, the original theoretical model when thinking about the universe. do we have any power over this? well, they do say practice makes perfect. any physical skill requires repetition. the difference from the first time an object is thrown towards a far target to the hundredth or thousandth time may be quite remarkable, from rank lack of coordination to elegant ease.

when two people are together, the stage of life is set. does the other person view me accurately? when i turn to the right, does the other person see thus? when my mood changes, what expression is seen? in an electronic sense, this all requires vast circuitry, does it not?


Sunday, January 2, 2011

A Historical Perspective on Social Hierarchy

a historical perspective on social hierarchy:

there is in man an innate sense of social hierarchy. there are leaders and their followers. it is almost a common obsession, and this is reflected in history.

from medieval history, with its princely states and duchies, lords of various calibre and the notion of the free man. hope that the leader is wise and able, to submit power to the few in command.

wealth and power are associated with these concepts. a more modern view of such a man might be the millionaire playboy businessman, leader of a large company employing many people and with his bright red sports car and jet, indeed free to come and go as he pleases.

attached to rank are presumed qualifications of social ease and attention to those around and of course natural intelligence.