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Again, saying that w^ is the maximizing solution of (44.1) means that if we start at the point w = w^ and modify w in any direction, the cost function J(w) only can decrease in value. Figure 44.2 shows a typical plot of a quadratic cost function with a global maximum.
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can therefore reach his goal without preventing others from reaching theirs. This is the case even when the functions are less remote from one another. The medical eye specialist does not compete with the one who cares for the mentally ill, the shoemaker does not compete with the hatter, the mason with the cabinet-maker, the physician with the chemist, etc. As they perform different services they can perform them in harmony. However, the closer the functions are to one another, the more points of contact there are between them, and, as a result, the more they tend to con ict. As in this case they satisfy similar needs by different means, it is inevitable that they should seek, more or less, to encroach upon others. The magistrate is never in competition with the industrialist. But the brewer and the winegrower, the draper and the maker of silks, the poet and the musician often attempt mutually to supplant each other. As for those that discharge exactly the same function, they cannot prosper save to the detriment of their fellows. If therefore one represents these different functions in the form of a cluster of branches springing from a common root, the struggle is least between the extreme points, whilst it increases steadily as it approaches the centre. This is the case not only within each town but over society as a whole. Similar occupations located at different sites over an area enter into ercer rivalry the more alike they are, provided that dif culties of communications and transport do not constrain their sphere of action. This having been said, it is easy to understand that any concentration in the social mass, particularly if accompanied by a growth in population, necessarily determines the progress of the division of labour. In fact, let us imagine an industrial centre that supplies a certain area of the country with a special product. The development that it is capable of reaching is restricted in two ways: rstly by the extent of the needs that have to be satis ed, or the so-called size of the market, and secondly, by the capacity of the means of production at its command. Normally it does not produce more than is necessary, even less does it produce more than it can. But if it is impossible for it to exceed these limits, as set out, it strives to reach them, for it is in the nature of a force to deploy all its energy so long as nothing brings it to a halt. Once it has arrived at this point, it has adapted to the conditions of its existence; it nds itself in a position of equilibrium that cannot change if nothing changes. But there may be some region, until then independent of the centre, that becomes linked to it by a means of communication which partly does away with distance. At a single stroke one of the barriers that prevented its upward ascent is broken down or at least is lowered. The market becomes more extensive, there are now more needs to be satis ed. Undoubtedly if all the individual undertakings that it includes had already reached their possible peak of production, as they could not expand
Explorative Figure 9.1 Mastenbroek s two strategic dimensions (see also Fisher and Ury, 1981).
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