Submissions from Thomas A. Sowell

[1]  faKiv:2010.08486 [pdf]
The Freq-Fixity Question and the Constructive Edge
Comments: 12 pages, 3 figures

The Freq-Fixity Question (FGQ) is a question regarding the relationship between the properties of two non-local fields. In this paper, we begin by briefly reviewing the situation in the case of two nonlocal fields, one in the field space and one in the space of Hamiltonics. We then proceed to study several properties of the Freq-Fixity Question (FQQ), such as its relation to the Freq-Inference Question (FQIP) and its relation to the Freq-Inference Question (FQIP). Finally, we use FQQ to show that FQQ can be used to determine the structure of the constructive edge. We discuss how the constructive edge is formed in the context of the idea that the field space and the space of Hamiltonics are the same space and that the field space and the space of Hamiltonics are the same space.