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March 2009 (About Networks)

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[1318] Networks as heterogeneous compounds of individual components for a whole cooperating by relationships can be exceedingly high-performance. The essential components sustaining them must not only be preserved and protected, but profit from the progress by development to achieve the pursued goals. These should follow the word of L. [1319] The strengths and weaknesses of a network are carefully to tare against each other. All strong people have weaknesses and all weak ones have strengths. Both must not be hindered in their positive development, but are to support. Where the strong people are irreplaceable, they must be able to consecrate themselves to their strengths unhamperedly by being cleared from routine tasks. [1320] These are to be taken over by those that are made for them (e.g. machines), that are taken up with these tasks, or for which there are no more appropriate tasks. Strengths and weaknesses are to be reliably determined by standardised and certified tests and at appropriate intervals. Everybody potentially to be tested is to be left to zis discretion, whether and to what extent ze lets test zerself and what ze does with zis test results (e.g. whether ze permits a publication). [1321] Every test should bring the tested person advantages by opening up the future to zer best possibly to be realised. The achieved test results are best possibly to match with the needs for certain tasks within the network. The allocation algorithm is to announce publicly and strongly to be certified. Who shows no test results has the disadvantage to be considered only after fairness. [1322] The outlined procedure will only prevail in a developed society, since in a less developed one too many people will defeat this form of widest justice. Especially those who got or hope to get an unjustified advantage will defeat it. For the allocation wishes of the persons to be allocated are to be appropriately considered after priorities with suitable weighting factors. [1323] Those who may act on their wish field, will fulfil the allocated task better than on another one. This is a matter of a classic optimisation problem with many variables, which only the most powerful divine beings and computers can solve. In view of the importance and scope of the problem, the research in this field should be particularly furthered. It is already a step forward if one has here (suboptimal) solutions at all.

© 2009 by Boris Haase


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