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What if there are more designs than the presented three? Such possibilities exist in some situations, surely with habits and situations. Here, putting them all on a graph, we can see that any of the ones on the inside of the frontier are bad choices.
Because there’s always a car that’s somewhat faster or safer without making sacrifices. There must always be something better, an ideal possibility, regardless of it's application in reality.
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In engineering, new inventions promise faster and safer cars than what exist today. The frontier can shift.
In your work, there’s always the possibility of radical changes that might break the current frontier. Maybe you find a technique that lets you get much more...
Let's say you plot all your schedules and leisures in a graph, it shows all your productive possibilities, time allotment, and situations of good work and sudden work.
Now, is your situation is Pareto efficient?
If we’re below the frontier, improvements is needed. We...
Efficient frontiers reveal a general pattern. When you’re below the frontier, you can always improve simply by optimizing your choice. You can make a better choice by just pick an option that has more of what you want.
When you’re on the frontier, however, the only way to m...
How should you compare these three designs?
The third option is obviously worse than the first two - it's slow and dangerous. But between the other two is a question of values. Maybe a race car driver would prefer faster at the cost of some safety. Maybe the soccer mom wants safe...
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Taking efficiency further, one can consider lots of designs. By putting them all on a graph, we can notice that the ones inside of the frontier are inefficient choices.
Efficient frontiers will show a general pattern.
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