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April 17th, 2017, 09:30 PM   #1
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A model for mapping emotion to decision making [audit]

I had started a project where I was planning to predict behaviour better, naturally my professor at the university mocked at me about this, and, I failed my grades unfortunately so I do not feel very happy or intelligent to be honest I carry this dagger in my heart for a few years and I tend to think it has something to do with age, rather than competitive advantage, which leads me to quote discrimination laws, however there are some obstacles:
a) legal texts
b) validation of law
c) other factors which I am trying to reliably forecast using a representative sample

Initially, the quality of a decision is thought to be a factor of
x1: speed of thought
x2: depth of thought which is linked to many factors described in the second section the correlation of which I am trying to prove
x3: external factor(s)
x4: affluence
x5: c-factor

gamma1 is related to the part of the brain processing the signal (n1 referred to in further reading (2) and taking into consideration socio-economic factors and inequality.
gamma2 is related to mean (n1+ n2)
gamma3 is related to mean (n1+ n2 + n3)

Further reading
1. M. Gladwell, Thinking without thinking, ISBN: 0-316-17232-4
2. Human Brain and, and,, which is thought to be related to x5 and x4, and,, and, George Orwell's website
3. and other anti-discrimination laws in legal jurisdictions around the world (see national
legal jurisdictions

4. Other references

I am looking for collaboration on such project, naturally funding (sponsorship) and expert advice, for now the idea is to code the algorithmic model and to have it appraised by a formal authority as authoritative or academically influential, it is only competing with around 10,000 theses at the University of Malta and other universities, naturally, so it's a walk up the hill.

You can write back to me, I hope to be notified kindly include your real name, curriculum, interest, any proposals, whether you wish to invest in such a project, as I am seeking funding as well and relevant information that you might feel is relevant to criticize such a model being useful and relevant to socio-political governance.

would it help or would it not?

Last edited by skipjack; April 18th, 2017 at 11:39 AM.
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April 18th, 2017, 08:56 PM   #2
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It's hard to make out which part of your post is discussing the problem, and which is you harping on about other stuff.

This seems like a sort of mathematical sociology topic, or social engineering.

Your hypothesis is incomplete. You haven't stated what gamma1/2/3 are exactly, just that they are related to various things.

It appears you are trying to use mathematical entities too soon in your reasoning. The problem or statement is not yet clear.

The idea of trying to quantify the quality of a decision is interesting, and i will give you the benefit of the doubt in that x1-x5 are only the basis of a larger, more detailed model.
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