The good news is, it's still in its
infancy. Supplies are limited.
There're only a handful of suspected
dealers. Conditions are perfect...
Perfect for what, Charlie?
We don't have to wait for an
epidemic before we act. I've got a
plan to stop Ice now, before it
A math plan...
Economic Modeling Theory, actually.
The IS-LM model is a graphical representation of a Keynesian model of the macroeconomy. The model solves for
equilibrium in both the goods market and the money market, taking certain parameters as given. The IS line represents
the goods market, and the LM line represents the money market.
Let's put it on the board.
Charlie tosses the ball to Alan, writes "GAME TEMPO" under
the list they're compiling - "GYM TEMPERATURE", "OPTIMUM
Tell you another thing I'd like to
look at, and we'll want to recruit
Larry's expertise for this...
Go to Larry? For basketball?
Physics, Dad... I'll bet there's
an optimum arc for a shot that'll
maximize its chance of going in...
Good point, put it up.
As Charlie turns to the board, his CELL PHONE RINGS. He
tosses the chalk to Amita. While Charlie takes the call,
Amita adds "SHOT ARC" to their list.
This Demonstration illustrates the various factors that influence the trajectory of a soccer ball. It shows the many decisions a
player would make to pinpoint a shot, especially in relation to the location of the goalie.
We don't know that, Charlie. Guy
finds out he's surrounded, outgunned
and out-numbered... Could
be more than he bargained for...
Look, right now, we hold an
unexpected asymmetric advantage
over the Nash Equilibrium...
Consider a bimatrix (2×2) mixed
extended game. The set of Nash
equilibria (red) in a particular game is
determined as the intersection of the graphs of best response mappings of the blue and green players; its vertices are
given at the bottom.
So let's say my economic modeling
theory works, and we destroy the
Hawaiian Ice market... something
else is just going to take its
Probably... Did you think you
could fix the world?
We use numerical maximum likelihood
estimation to obtain the parameters governing probability distributions that might plausibly generate the daily, weekly,
monthly, or quarterly return distributions of stocks from the Dow 30. The candidate distribution types should probably
be continuous and supported on the whole real line.