Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Njournal 14.2 Towards a Nemetic Math

X is measured by number of nemes exchanging and the speed and frequency of exchange.
x = nemes
X is number of nemes in the situation. X^n = nString
n is a function of exchanges between nemes.
X^i = ntube
i is a function of exchanges between strings.
Y^j = constraints
Y is measured by flexible or rigid. 

j is a function of loose or tight.

Z^k = nemplexity
Z is measured by turbulence - smoothness 

k is a function of measures of complexity.

So something like
X + mX^n + kX^i + rY^j - qZ^k =0

In sociology, all of the functions are related to demography, speed and reach of exchange. Since strings and tubes can be seen as nemes from a different level it could capture the nemePlexity of the system.

1 comment:

  1. This is interesting. Certainly this is a big idea. Trying to wrap my head around it. Perhaps it would take more time.