Eco_Econ_HeartbeatOVERVIEWOVERVIEWOVERVIEWH.A.N.D.SHow Net / Net of $ workTime is Money $$$Time is Money $$$Bitcoin for DummiesBitcoin statistical viewThe ALICE EFFECTECONOMIC HEARTBEATFirefly-Heartbeat AlgoFRIEDMAN'S K% RULETRC TERRA_CYCLEFEDERATEFederate & GraduateTAO of the DAOHBC = Template ChecklistUniversal Time Zone UTZBITNATIONEarth Intel Net EINProject rig #UNRIGHFT Algo RegulationSYNTAX LEXICONROSETTA STONEMETRICS / METERSIDMaps / SonarHopsENERGY TOKENSSWORDS TO PLOWSHARESMyriad MemesRIPPLE RTP / HBCHASHGRAPH / HBCIOTA / TANGLE // HBCGnosis Oracle / HBCZEPPELIN OS / HBCTWAP / HBCERLANG / HBCaeternity aeonsPOS meme / HBCPROOF OF WORK / HBCBitcoin NG / HBCVERITASEUMOpenBazaar / HBCMicrosoft Bletchley / HBCDFINITY BNS / HBCBFT SMART / HBCETHEREUM CASPERHyper Ledger / HBCState ChannelsSAWTOOTH PoET / QuorumLIGHTING / SEGWIT / HBCB-WAP API / HBCDASH DAO / HBCR3 CORDA / HBCBITCOIN ISLAND / HBCBitcoin's 6 IssuesBITCOIN's VOLATILITYNew Economy BlueprintMESH ECONOMYBlockchain TradeNETNIST CYBER BEACONSPACESHIP EARTHTIME - SPACE BEACONBig Data The Next OilSymbols Rule the WorldS.A.R.AGAMIFICATIONEPCIS RFID / HBCBLUE FORCE TRACKERQuantum Qubits / HBCLighthouse Beacon573 US 134 SCt 234713/573,002 Snapshot13/573,002 Time LinePATENT FUSIONPAYPAL / BITCOINBLOG441 Law of Time / Blockchain cubeCONTACT / PAPERS

TWAP.jpg

Time-Weighted Average Price (TWAP): A New Approach

The Time-Weighted Average Price (TWAP) is defined as the average price of a security over the course of a specified period of time. The TWAP is traditionally calculated by first averaging the open, high, low, and close prices for each bar and then calculating the average of those averages as time progresses. The problem is that there is often a difference between the open, high, low, and close prices and where a security actually spends the most time in any given bar. Therefore, the traditional TWAP may at times be incorrect, especially in the short run. For instance, how accurate would the TWAP calculation be if the trading range for a given bar is wide, but the security spent most of the time in the upper portion of the bar? In that case, the traditional TWAP value would be lower than it should be. The technical indicator introduced in this paper reveals a new approach to the TWAP calculation intended to improve its accuracy. LINK

------------------------------------------- 

Firefly inspired Heartbeat Synchronization: in a paper entitled Firefly-inspired Heartbeat Synchronization in Overlay Networks by the University of Bologna - Trento Italy along with the University of Szeged, Hungary: “Heartbeat synchronization strives to have nodes in a distributed system generate periodic, local “heartbeat” events approximately at the same time. Many useful distributed protocols rely on the existence of such heartbeats for driving their cycle- based execution.. The heartbeat synchronization protocol for overlay networks is inspired by mathematical models of flash synchronization in certain species of fire flies. Nodes send flash messages to their neighbors when a local heartbeat triggers. Fireflies adjust the phase of their next heartbeat based on incoming flash messages using an algorithm inspired by mathematical models of fire-fly synchronization. Heartbeat synchronization strives to have nodes in a distributed system generate periodic, local “heartbeat” events approximately at the same time. It differs from classical clock  synchronization in that nodes are not interested in counting cycles and agreeing on a ID of a current cycle. There is no requirement regarding the length of a cycle with respect to real time as long as a length is bounded and all nodes agree on it eventually. The goal is to guarantee that all nodes start and end their cycles at the same time, with an error that is at least one, but preferably more, orders of magnitude smaller than a chosen cycle length.

 

Firefly inspired stochastic harmonization combined with cycle Heart Beacon Cycle: Fireflies adjust the phase of their next heartbeat based on incoming flash messages using an algorithm inspired by mathematical models of firefly synchronization. There is no requirement regarding the length of a cycle with respect to real time as long as a length is bounded and all nodes agree on it eventually. What we are interested in guaranteeing is that all nodes start and end their cycles at the same time, with an error that is at least one, but preferably more, orders of magnitude smaller than a chosen cycle length. Firefly heartbeat synchronization reduces uncertainty in stochastic networks" -- especially when firefly's near consensus (statistical mean) that is matched to nearest Heartbeat Beacon micro-cycle schedule news-casted over wide areas.