tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6837159629100463303.post2665980547562614134..comments2021-07-22T00:29:53.205-07:00Comments on Information Transfer Economics: The mathematical properties of information equilibriumJason Smithhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/12680061127040420047noreply@blogger.comBlogger2125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6837159629100463303.post-60168526900421489822015-05-31T09:36:57.318-07:002015-05-31T09:36:57.318-07:00I've used this particular asymmetric notation ...I've used this particular asymmetric notation because if you have non-ideal information transfer the equality sign in the differential equation becomes less than or equal ... The source (the first variable) can send more information than is received at the destination.<br /><br />And no, I don't think F&B have. It's not terribly useful for physical systems as we usually have a better idea of how to aggregate and how to treat observables.<br /><br />I also have a weird sense of what is "fun" ... :)Jason Smithhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/12680061127040420047noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6837159629100463303.post-50915140424518983482015-05-31T01:46:29.570-07:002015-05-31T01:46:29.570-07:00I find the notation for IE a bit confusing since i...I find the notation for IE a bit confusing since it's not symmetric, even though the IE relation *is* symmetric. But maybe that's just me.<br /><br />Did Fielitz & Borchardt also develop this sort of abstract algebra?Mnoreply@blogger.com