A simpler formula

After showing around the formula that I was very proud of, I was surprised by how people though it was complex.  So for you enjoyment and clarity’s sake:

f(i, j) = z i^(a.log j)

where z = 1/Z(a.log j) for the distribution to sum up to 1, and a a case-dependent constant. Doesn’t it look better this way? 

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About Bertil

I'm a PhD student in Digital Economics, and I love viennoiserie. Je suis un doctorant en économie (numérique) et j'aime la viennoiserie.
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