Replying to LO25663 --
Hi Winfried and LO ers
Winfried Dressler wrote:
> At de Lange wrote in LO25635: "When the factor Y can have potentially many
> possible values of which only two is actually operating, the dialectical
> conflict spill over when the other values also begin to operate. Assume
> that the many potential values are Y(1), Y(2), Y(3), Y(4), Y(5), Y(6) and
> Y(7) IN ORDER of increasing value." The sentence seems to establish an
> order of Y(1) 'talk', Y(2) 'think' and Y(3) 'see'. Freeing myself from the
> dialectical traps involved (first and second thoughts ;-) I still wonder
> what the factor Y may be.
Without beating around the bush here are some specific X and Y factors
that I measure. I don't call them that but that is exactly what they are.
1 [Motivational behaviour] [Motivational Model (values)- Algedonic signal]
2 [Time of Intention] [Motivational Model (values)- Algedonic Signal]
3 [Time, Age] [Cognition]
4 [Skills] [Knowledge]
5 [Time (clock)] [Time of Intention]
6 [Targets: cost, quantity, time] [All the above variables]
ABOVE EMBEDDED IN ENVIRONMENT AND ENVIRONMENT IN IT.
You cannot divide the right hand side Y factor (parenthesis) is the
invariant. The left hand side (parenthesis) is the X factor which can be
I have just realised that using the Kruskal Wallis non parametric test for
the no 1 grouping one can calculate the motivational entropy of a firm.
Gavin Ritz <email@example.com>
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