B. Smart City Hub plans to serve those in the waste, water, energy, last-mile delivery, smart storage, food and mobility sectors, with affordable space for assembly, packaging and distribution, according to “Silicon Canals”. Read more here.
This article will take you 2 minute(s) to read As the largest startup ecosystem in Europe for corporates, startups, entrepreneurs and educators together in both digital and physical spaces, B. Amsterdam is set to inaugurate one of a kind innovative working space called B. Smart City Hub for its members.
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This Article examines what we term “regulatory entrepreneurship” — pursuing a line of business in which changing the law is a significant part of the business plan. Regulatory entrepreneurship is not new, but it has become increasingly salient in recent years as companies from Airbnb to Tesla, and from DraftKings to Uber, have become agents of legal change. We document the tactics that companies have employed, including operating in legal gray areas, growing “too big to ban,” and mobilizing users for political support. Further, we theorize the business and law related factors that foster regulatory entrepreneurship.
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At first, we sample in the ( is odd) equidistant points around :
where is some step.
Then we interpolate points by polynomial
Its coefficients are found as a solution of system of linear equations:
Here are references to existing equations: (1), (2).
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