Artículos con la etiqueta ‘curvas de experiencia’

Thinking quantitatively about technological progress

Por • 28 jul, 2011 • Category: Ciencia y tecnología

In general, I think the most solid evidence of technological progress is Wrightean experience curves. These are well documented in economics and found everywhere: typically the cost (or time) of manufacturing per unit behaves as x^a, where a<0 (typically something like -0.1) and x is the number of units produced so far. When you make more things, you learn how to make the process better.