How to Perfect Your Formula

Since three years ago I advised experts of all sciences to audit the formulas used so far, where all formulas containing only one element, namely the Harmony or the Gradation, should be considered to be refined for both have the Harmony and the Gradation at the same time.

Luckily, if the formulas you have used so far does not contain the physical parameters, then I suggest that you use the Harmony in Gradation formula directly to replace the formula that you have used with or without being aware of its weaknesses. For example, as I have written on several pages and posted on this website, the Harmony in Gradation formula should be used to replace the formula to calculate the level of competition in the industry (replacing the Herfindahl-Hirschman Index), the degree of inequality of population, income (replacing Gini Coefficient), the confidence level of a regression (replacing the Pearson formula), the level of fairness on the computer network (replacing the Jain formula), the level of personality consistency (replacing the Pauli & Kraepelin formula), replacing the equality level formulas, and many other formulas which I haven’t been able to explore.

So far, on this website, there is only one formula containing the physics parameters that I have proposed to be improved, namely the Information Entropy formula made by Claude Shannon. Where, in the formula contains the “p” = the probability of the occurrence of each symbol. And, for me it is not difficult to find the modifications of Shannon’s formula so that it has both the Harmony and the Gradation elements. Where, I have a lot of experience that proves that the Shannon formula is not accurate for use in the data compression & decompression techniques, i.e. there has been a change in the “n” = the number of elements in a set, then the formulas that only contain the Harmony are no longer accurate.

Furthermore, I invite experts in their respective fields to perfect their formulas. In this case, there are two choices that can be done, the first way is to directly use the Harmony in Gradation formula to replace the formulas that have been used so far, or the second way to do (if the formula contains the physical parameters) is to modify the formula so that it has the Harmony and the Gradation at once. If the second way you have to do, then you are the one who deserves to do it, not me, because you have enough experimental data to prove the truth of your new modified formula.