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Decisions are not random, but result from a network of ripples from the past into the future.Mon, 19 Jan 2015 18:21:22 +0000hourly1https://wordpress.org/?v=4.9.2Comment on Chapter 8 by Are there resonant circuits in General Relativity? | Decision Process Theory
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Mon, 19 Jan 2015 18:21:22 +0000http://decisionprocesstheory.com/?page_id=610#comment-17615[…] There are a variety of interpretations, depending on the details of the differential geometry. For example, for general relativity, the antisymmetric matrix could be the Coriolis force and reflect a rotational frame. It could also reflect the electromagnetic field and the rotational field is the magnetic field. For decision process theory, the matrix can represent the payoff field. In each of these cases, one expects that there will be essentially a “free fall” solution that has a discrete set of frequency contributions. In addition, there will be solutions with any frequency, but such solutions will no longer be “free fall”. They will correspond to having a non-zero “driving force”. It is interesting that we find both types of solutions in the numerical exercises for decision process theory. […]
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Sat, 22 Nov 2014 19:30:16 +0000http://decisionprocesstheory.com/?page_id=618#comment-14435[…] from the WWW decision model. We will focus on only two aspects out of what is in fact a vast wealth of possibilities: time and […]
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Sat, 22 Nov 2014 19:02:05 +0000http://decisionprocesstheory.com/?page_id=610#comment-14433[…] When there is more than one spatial dimension, the coefficients A and B depend on the coordinate so these become coupled elliptic partial differential equations. An example is the three spatial dimension model with one time: […]
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Fri, 21 Nov 2014 17:37:43 +0000http://decisionprocesstheory.com/?page_id=923#comment-14304[…] or tornado both have cyclonic paths of wind, suggesting chaotic behavior. Ordinarily we associate chaotic behavior to the time dependence of the flow. Yet we can have cyclonic behavior that appears stationary. A good example of such a flow is the […]
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Fri, 21 Nov 2014 15:01:00 +0000http://decisionprocesstheory.com/?page_id=583#comment-14287[…] However from a mathematical point of view, we see it as a hint of an underlying geometry. It is possible to use mathematics to relate the payoffs to a concept of distance between points in this strategic space-time. We thus move the ideas above […]
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Mon, 17 Nov 2014 21:47:33 +0000http://decisionprocesstheory.com/?page_id=595#comment-13897[…] a consequence of this conservation law. It is a further attribute of differential geometries that there will also be two associated forces: a centripetal scalar force and a Coriolis vector force. Identifying symmetries provides […]
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Mon, 17 Nov 2014 21:35:44 +0000http://decisionprocesstheory.com/?page_id=638#comment-13896[…] that to each symmetry there is a conserved motion, which in this case is the angular momentum. It can be shown that the law of sines in trigonometry is a consequence of this conservation […]
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Sun, 16 Nov 2014 20:03:00 +0000http://decisionprocesstheory.com/?p=1068#comment-13797[…] These are interesting to us because of the possibility of using geometry to describe how we make ordinary decisions in the business and economic world. We have presented these ideas at past Wolfram Technology Conferences. […]
]]>Comment on Chapter 6 by Inequality in Decision Processes | Decision Process Theory
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Sat, 10 May 2014 15:22:47 +0000http://decisionprocesstheory.com/?page_id=604#comment-777[…] players and their strategies. Although rather simple, I think these two distinctions revise both chapters 6 and the beginning of chapter 8. There is I think a new taxonomy to be considered. It includes the […]
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Sat, 10 May 2014 15:21:00 +0000http://decisionprocesstheor.fatcow.com/testwordpress/?page_id=90#comment-776[…] capital is now used in its proper sense. From a theoretical viewpoint, I think this is related to decision process theory. In that theory, substances tend to accrete into big piles. When these piles become sufficiently […]
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