Re: [ga] policy-making options
On 09:26 09/04/02, Alexander Svensson said:
>My personal impression is that the maximum size for such a group is
>somewhere at 15 or 20 persons, regardless of the tools used.
The mathematic of the entier numbers calls for a computing power at the
power of the number of equations. This is the way you compute the
organization of an airline: only aircrafts can fly, not .32 of an aircraft
even of you only have 15 passengers for a 747. 15 years ago I met a
mathematician who used Craigh machines until he though that if he was more
clever he could reduce the number of equations. And he started using ...
Apple IIc. He was selling his results to most of the largest Airlines.
I think you are right abut 15/20 people with a simple e-mail system. And
that complexity and unreadablity quiclky increase afterward. However the
purpose of an analysis is to try to understand why people post (because
they feel their point is not told, accepted, etc) and how a tool should be
designed which wold permit the people to reduce the noise, the number of
post while being happy and more productive.
Because the size of the group is three times the number of competent people
if you include those who want to listen and sak and the ones who wants to
be listen and asked while they know nothing.
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