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Virtual PID Controller Would Optimize Shutdowns In Pandemics, Reduce KornspiraSCHEE Theories

Started by Bret Cahill July 14, 2020
"Abbott didn't properly calculate lag time after lifting restrictions."

https://www.businessinsider.com/how-texas-coronavirus-outbreak-got-out-of-control-2020-7

It's easy to overshoot as well.

The PID output would be presented to the public, so the public could better understand the various degrees of shutdown.

There might be 50 shades of shutdown.


Bret Cahill

https://www.kbtx.com/2020/07/14/texas-hospitals-are-running-out-of-drugs-beds-ventilators-and-even-staff/
On 2020-07-14, Bret Cahill <bretcahill@aol.com> wrote:

virtual pid controller would optimise for most expensive result.

"fold" or "all in" are the best stratgegy with this hand.

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  Jasen.
Jasen Betts wrote:

> Bret Cahill wrote: > >> virtual pid controller > > "fold" or "all in" are the best stratgegy with this hand.
How much fiddling with the three PID "knobs" would it take to tune it?
On 2020-07-16, Andy Burns <usenet@andyburns.uk> wrote:
> Jasen Betts wrote: > >> Bret Cahill wrote: >> >>> virtual pid controller >> >> "fold" or "all in" are the best stratgegy with this hand. > > How much fiddling with the three PID "knobs" would it take to tune it?
what's the goal? -- Jasen.
Jasen Betts wrote:

> Andy Burns wrote: > >> How much fiddling with the three PID "knobs" would it take to tune it? > > what's the goal?
"optimising shutdowns" apparently
>>>> virtual pid controller
>>> "fold" or "all in" are the best stratgegy with this hand.
>> How much fiddling with the three PID "knobs" would it take to tune it?
> what's the goal?
Encourage people to lower their cholesterol. There should be a record of what food the patient has been consuming for the past year / decade before getting admitted to a hospital. When the ERs are overwhelmed, the doctors can then make a choice on that basis, what patients go to the ICU and which ones are taken to the reefer truck.
On 20/07/20 05:20, Bret Cahill wrote:
>>>>> virtual pid controller > >>>> "fold" or "all in" are the best stratgegy with this hand. > >>> How much fiddling with the three PID "knobs" would it take to tune it? > >> what's the goal? > > Encourage people to lower their cholesterol. > > There should be a record of what food the patient has been consuming for the > past year / decade before getting admitted to a hospital. When the ERs are > overwhelmed, the doctors can then make a choice on that basis, what patients > go to the ICU and which ones are taken to the reefer truck.
Too complicated. Triage can be (and is) done when admitting patients. In the US that includes measuring the weight of their wallet, but the relevant measure would be BMI and optionally cholesterol. In many cases it wouldn't even be necessary to measure weight and height.
Just as 90% of the fat people at checkout have junk food in their carts, 90% of these places with hospitals overwhelmed by tRUMP flu have trash strewn all over the road sides.

Do a drive through where the hospitals are shut down.  I _guarantee_ you'll get a 0.9 correlation between trash and CV-19.

In Japan they frown on super spreaders just as they frown on tossing trash all over the place.

This should _not_ be a difficult concept to unnerstand.


Bret Cahill

>>> virtual pid controller
>> "fold" or "all in" are the best stratgegy with this hand.
>How much fiddling with the three PID "knobs" would it take to tune it?
Coeffishents should be kalkulable affer a few more data ptz like this: https://www.businessinsider.com/texas-starr-county-hospital-forced-choose-who-sent-home-die-2020-7 OTOH hits almos like I new them nob baluz before postin.' Hopefully no one will guess I'm werkin wif Bill Gates on his plan to implant chips in vaccines.