a.1.Belonging to calculation.
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Resilient subjects do not desire the security offered by sovereignty as much as they desire governance through calculatory and algorithmic technologies that regulate complex life.
The reason for this is that further improved SRCs are associated with decreased supplier economic performance (see the "calculatory performance loss" in Figure 2a).
As the whole field of everyday life becomes subject to the model of the 'firm', Brown reflects on the consequences this has for social solidarity, as we all become subject to marketisation--in our personal lives, our CVs, and in the calculatory grid which must nowadays be applied to the logistics of sexuality and family life.
Praxeology has nothing to say on the sequence of events during the transition It merely prohibits the adoption of a new money without a calculatory framework.
As a strategy of control over foreign populations, today's biopolitical regimes of knowledge are a means of colonizing the body, "overlaying it with calculatory grids and geometrically inscribing it with formulae that will transform it into an object of knowledge and power" (Pugliese 2010:45).
For calculatory reasons we will work with continuous variables, i.e.
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Before the first prototype of the bundle harvester was constructed, the concept was simulated in a study by Jylha (2004) using the Fiberpac 370 slash-bundler with a maximum calculatory compression of 0.5 MPa for bundling undelimbed pine tree sections.
Postlethwayt argued that knowledge of algebra and geometry "will lead the merchant into the rationale of every calculatory qualification for which he may" have occasion [and] must be of use to prevent deception" [1757, p.