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Labor Day: Work - Life Balance

From: Gannon Dick <gannon_dick@yahoo.com>
Date: Fri, 29 Aug 2014 13:44:10 -0700
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One of the more tedious planning chores is populating time lines, or the related task of start and end points of intervals.  With a 4 high stacking, or a 4 wide packing (16x1) of "quads" or quarters in an appropriate coordinate system, this chore becomes considerably easier.

http://www.rustprivacy.org/2014/balance/opers/

There is a catch.  You have to be measuring scalar quantities not frequencies (the (square root 2)/2 is the scalar in that case).  Probability Distributions (Normal, "Bell Curves") do not stack (the amplitude is 40% of Range).  This is a problem for Work-Life Balance because the 8 hr workday or the 12 hr "Continental" shift do not relate to sleep needs. A Physician is unable to prescribe rest and sleep in a meaningful way as it becomes a derived quantity (by subtraction).

http://www.rustprivacy.org/2014/balance/opers/work-life-balance.jpg

Anyway, for your Labor Day Weekend enjoyment...

--Gannon
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