Date: Feb 25, 2013 1:05 PM
Author: Scott Berg
Subject: Re: "Satisfaction" operation? A non-mathetician's analysis curiousity
<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>I am not a mathematician. As an engineer, I love math more than I know.
if you are an engineer, you know a LOT of math........
> I loved the way information was defined - pretty intuitive -
not intuitive, by proofs.
> inverse of log of probability.
that is called Logability.
> Of late, I was thinking about satisfaction from money. I had some
> observations. I want to know what mathematics calls such functions, if
> they are studied.
"Stinking Rich" algorithum.
> My model: (could be wrong from psychological point of view but I am
> posting on sci.math, read on)
> Money made at any instance is f0(t)
> Accumulated money so far is integration of f0(t), I write it f-1(t)
> Rate of money making is the differentiation of f0(t), I write it f1(t)
> The more money one has, the more satisfied he is likely to be (Bill Gates
study "Foundations" it is where the RIch avoid ALL TAXES. due to greed
> The more money comes in at an instance, the greedier he is likely to be
he was greedy before getting the money, but not after.
> The faster money one gets, the more overwhelmed he gets - and hence less
> and so on
na, give me lots of $$ and I'll let you know how it feels.....
> So, Satisfaction S(f0(x)) =
> What is such an S(f0(x)) called in real math?
you can make a metric that combineds lots of factors, then call up the guy
and ask him on a scale of 1 to 10 how happy or physotic he is.
> Thanks in advance.
add some more factors....