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Sub-economic impulse and consciousness with quantum chromodynamic modeling

Yang, Yingrui (2017): Sub-economic impulse and consciousness with quantum chromodynamic modeling.

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Abstract

The word “sub-economics” follows the sense of “sub-atomic” (Yang, 2012). The latter is about the smallest in matter while the former is about the deepest in mind. Both are difficult to observe, but science must zoom in to understand them. Sub-economic dynamics studies the underlying human impulse and consciousness that may affect individual behavior in the market. It touches on the elementary mental structure of the sub-economic world. However, coding such an elementary structure or modeling its dynamics is not only a necessity, but also a challenge. Quantum chromodynamics (QCD; Zee, 2010) is about strong interactions of quarks and gluons. It touches on the elementary material structure of the physical world. QCD is applied as a conceptual and instrumental tool in the development of sub-economic modeling. The results show a nearly perfect isomorphism between the two elementary structures. By utilizing gauge field theory, sub-economic dynamics shares the same gauge symmetric group, SU(3), with QCD.

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