The Study of Economic or Natural Phenomenon Behavior Under the Application of Multi-Dimensional Real Time Modeling Framework
FEA Working Paper No. 2009-24
10 Pages Posted: 27 Apr 2009 Last revised: 5 Jan 2010
Date Written: April 27, 2009
This paper proposes a new analytical theoretical framework to study any economic or natural phenomenon behavior under the application of multi-dimensional real time modeling. It is based on the construction of a large number of multi-dimensional surfaces and finally the construction of a mega-surface, the main idea is to observe the behavior of infinity number of variables that exist in each multi-dimensional surface until we can build our mega-surface. In fact, we assume that all multi-dimensional surfaces into the mega-surface are running in real time into the same graphical space. The effect of real time depends on the application of the multidimensional partial differentiation modeling (See Ruiz, 2009). The main idea to build the mega-surface is to observe a single surface that is moving on live in the same graphical space and observe possible failures or reactions of any economic or natural phenomenon under certain natural or experimental environments.
Keywords: Econographicology, Economic Modeling, Macroeconomic Policy, Economic Teaching, Multi-Dimensional graphs and Multi-Dimensional Physical Spaces
JEL Classification: C02
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