Re: Why don't we talk about segments/objects instaead of layers? Re: Lost Layer?
Detlef Bosau <detlef.bosau <at> web.de>
2014-02-18 15:54:31 GMT
Am 18.02.2014 15:50, schrieb dpreed <at> reed.com:
> First of all, I am well trained in both queueing theory and control theory. If you want to talk about the
mathematics of optimal control in non-guassian, non-poisson systems that have coupling between
service rate and request rate, I'm your man. You guys are so far less informed about the fundamental
theory, it's sad.
Obviously not enough.
The whole situation is (extremely well!) comparable to our current
macroeconomics situation - and you are trapped in exactly the same
pitfall as Ben Bernanke, Wolfgang Schäuble, our Iron Lady (AKA "The
Nought"), President Obama and most of the world:
Irving Fishwer was awarded the noble price for the concept of
monetarism. If the money supply is perfect, anything is perfect.
Refined by Milton Friedman: The only important thing is the money
supply, so we must control the money supply.
I think it will take a second world wide crisis in economics until we
eventually understand, that the money supply is simply not the matter of
interest, but the distribution of assets is the very point. I don't
know whether half of Greece's population must starve to death or whether
Larry Fink must have his teeth replaced by diamonds first, but at the
end of the day, we will understand that any successful control system
requires two inevitable elements:
First a correct system model, second a correct understanding what should
Both failed in both cases, in economy (where the monetaristic syststem