i) Much of their discussion seems to be based on their use of the concatenate
1) Stepping away from the complex adjectival versions of coordination and talking of spontaneous order would not only clarify much confusion, it would also capture what I think the older economists were really talking about when they used the concatenate
version of coordination.
The Matrix Concatenation block concatenates
input matrices [u.
We thus see that Klein's distinction between mutual coordination and concatenate
coordination does not provide a sharp contrast between the Schelling and Hayekian viewpoints, as both writers implicitly rely on both concepts.
A concept of concatenate
coordination, however, would allow us to describe a market system as coordinated, even when in a state of flux, on the grounds that dynamic entrepreneurial forces are "usually" coordinative and will generally result in a pattern satisfying to some "imaginary benevolent being.
If at some stage concatenate
is called with an uninstantiated variable as its first argument, it can resolve with the first clause of the relation, perhaps prematurely terminating the list so that the length of the sorted list is less than the list to be sorted.
Some host volume management tools technically incorporate basic forms of virtualization -- partitioning bigger disks under their control into smaller volumes and concatenate
smaller disks into large volumes.
Global scale CO2 predictive models concatenate
sets of models that describe biophysical processes and climate.
drives get their electricity through the bus, and the shells have plug-in connectors that let users concatenate
up to five of them in any combination.