11 July 2018

Wisdom: A Mathematical Model/Equation/Definition

A MATHEMATICAL MODEL/EQUATION/DEFINITION FOR WISDOM

W = L1×C1 + L2×C2 + . . . + Li×Ci + . . . + Ln×Cn

Where:
W = Wisdom
n = Number of problems solved
Li = Learning from problem i
Ci = Complexity of problem i

A problem is described by a set of equations - and each equation contains some parameters:
f1(x1,x2,...,xk,...,xp)
f2(x1,x2,...,xk,...,xp)
...
fj(x1,x2,...,xk,...,xp)
...
fm(x1,x2,...,xk,...,xp)

Where:
m = Number of equations that describe the problem
p = Number of parameters in the problem

1. Li = Learning from a problem
Li = e/m
Where:
e = Number of equations discovered (out of m)

2. Ci = Complexity of a problem
Ci = m × p × (c1 + c2 + . . . + cj + . . . + cm)
Where:
cj = Complexity of equation j

3. cj = Complexity of an equation
cj = V1 + V2 + . . . + Vk + . . . + Vp
Where:
Vk = Number of possible values of parameter k

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