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Stevie hat am 17.11.2013 folgendes geschrieben:
70 ms is too long. The KaM tick rate is 100ms, so that's almost all of it gone just for this cacuilatlon. If two players moved soldiers at once the game would lag. We could make this calculated less often as villages change slowly, but even so, it would still lag during the cacuilatlon. (so the game would lag every minute or whenever the cacuilatlon is done)Also, try it with 8 players and larger villages and larger maps with more obstacles I don't know how your algorithm works but if it's checking from every building to every other building then the scaling is N^2, so for N total houses, it must do N^2 comparisons which is bad. (100 houses = 100,000 cacuilatlons, and we'd really like to allow 1,000 houses in one game if possible) And each cacuilatlon involves path finding It's a neat program though, I really like the output. I think we can do something like it but more simple (maybe just with storehouse -> storehouse rather than all houses, the result would still be good) http://ivyqfqjiyj.com [url=http://voqocyufgk.com]voqocyufgk[/url] [link=http://ukbdcyfdiu.com]ukbdcyfdiu[/link]
Hiroko hat am 15.11.2013 folgendes geschrieben:
What concerns the qtuoeisn of the current effectivness of legal and institutional frameworks in African Countries, I think that it is important to be aware of the variety of cases in Africa. That is why these countries need to be divided in a few subgroups.On the one hand there are countries like Mozambique that have a fairly effective political system. But on the other hand there are countries like the Tchad were there actually is no political system because the country is facing a civil war in which most parts of the country are involved. Such countries or regions (regions like Darfur in Sudan) have no effective legal framework which results in warlordism . A few warlords are making big profit while the majority is starving and facing persecution, torture and genocide. A good example of such a case would be Darfur in Sudan where a certain warlord is leasing land (which he considers to belong to him) to an American investor.Other countries, like above mentioned Mozambique have a fairly effective legal framework that allows local peasants to articulate their interests. Before a certain land transfer it is necessary that the foreign investor offers community consultations to offer the local stakeholders a possibility to inform themselves and to vote about wether the project should be realized or not which is the crucial point of the story.But also here I need to say that in reality an asymmetrical relationship between the local peasants and the (rich) foreign investor can be observed. In most cases the communities do not receive important information in advance and usually the consultations are being held in one meeting only.A strengthening of these legal frameworks in countries that do have them would definetly contribute to a higher interest articulation of local peasants.What concerns the qtuoeisn of liberalisation, I think that African countries should definetly forget that liberalisation of all economic sectors is the key to development: It never was and most probably will never be!It is rather more wisely to follow the path of China and India, two countries that did not liberalize their economy and that did not open themselves to (short-term) capital flows, privatization and other neoliberal requirements.A sustainable development-path would be that the state has the monopoly on food-supply and allocation and thereby guarantees everybody access to food (which should be a basic human right!).But of course I am aware that liberalisation of certain economic sectors (like the food-supplying industry) attracts FDI that could be used for instance to buy expensive fertilizers but still i would prefer local communities to determine their own local (and substantial!) development. One good example here would be Mapambano . Mapambano is an invention of a small rural african peasant. It substitutes expensive artificial fertilizers that need to be imported and can be produced very easily. This natural fertilizer perfectly fits the circumstances of small rural peasants (and most of African peasants are such!).Such inventions that come from the local communities and perfectly serve for them are the key to a substantial development that hopefully will satisfy the (basic) needs of every small rural peasant in Africa!
Paulo hat am 14.11.2013 folgendes geschrieben:
Dear all,First of all I want to thank this platform for leinttg me/us beeing able to take part in this discussion about a topic which importance and significance for future world politics is still hardly underestimated, partially due to the lack of data about the new land grab .To start, i would first like to stress the importance of a strong and effective legal, as well as institutional framework.While dealing with this issue i realised that most African countries that where classified as failed states by the Fund for Peace had a lot of trouble with certain investors due to reported cases of corruption and nepotism in connection with land leases. The fact that more or less every African country where land is beeing leased or bought has a rather ineffective legal and institutional framework creates ideal breeding ground for corruption and nepotism. At this point i only want to refer to the land leases of the US-American investor Philippe Heilberg in war-torn regions of Sudan. Also Mozambique, that actually has an outstandig rating by the Found for Peace, above the average of other African countries, had troubles with certain land allocations since local stakeholders could not articulate their interests with the foreign investors because, for instance, they had only one meeting to discuss certain issues with the foreign investors and did not receive relevant information in advance.Many of these problems could have been avoided and the local populations prevented of many bad investments not yielding a sustainable development.What concers the questions, I would like to try to conceptualize this topic in a much broader context since it is of big importance in order to understand certain issues.This broader context is the neoliberalisation of the world initiated by the Structural Adjustment Programs of the world bank at the beginning of the 1980 s, the period many development researchers refer to as the lost decade .I want to argue that this neoliberalisation has weakend states that did apply these programs since they imposed many dogmas to their political and economical system that did damage them substantially and that blocked their way to a own, self-determined and sustainable (local) development. One of this dogmas has been the deregulation of local markets and the order to open local markets to foreign goods. What happend is that foreign products (that where highly subsidizes by northern states) flooded local markets. Therefor it is still hard for most of African and many Indian peasants to compete with (subsidized) imported products.To round up this point, neoliberalization made the proper set-up of legal/institutional framework that is adopted to the needs of a country impossible because the neoliberals of the 1980 s (backed by the IMF and WB) actually made politics for big transnational companies and not for local populations of African countries.Also the implementation of TRIPS (trade-related aspects of intellectual property rights) had the result that certain technolgies and know-how (like the production and distribution of urgently needed fertilizers) were patented by a few big companies (organized in a monopolistic structure) and that peasants that did not have the money to buy these products were having big troubles since they could not compete with big farms using industrial fertilizers.To conclude, the neoliberalization of African economy had brought big problems to this continent that blocked, and actually are still blocking the way for a local and sustainable development that will feed those who are starving.What are ways out of this misery?My personal opinion is that there simply needs to be a re-consideration about certain issues related to these issues. Do we really need a competition in every economic sector? Wouldn't it be better if there would be a state monopoly on the food supply that would guarantee every citizen access to the supply-chain?The IMF and WB should play a crucial role in enabling local communities of states where land is beeing bought/leased by foreign investors the articulation of there own interests. A way to achieve this would be to change the voting system in many financial institutions from a one dollar one vote to a one country one vote system, analogous to the voting system in the UN. http://dghehxjcvbo.com [url=http://aqdpiv.com]aqdpiv[/url] [link=http://bspbznrib.com]bspbznrib[/link]
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Madelin hat am 16.10.2013 folgendes geschrieben:
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Michael hat am 14.10.2013 folgendes geschrieben:
- Thanks Simon! I really am fotrunate. I live in the most densely populated county in the state but a relatively short drive still takes me to places like the Hillsboro River where I can experience the beautiful scenery and amazing wildlife. It amazes me this portion of the river has been (mostly) spared (for now) considering the surrounding and approaching development.March 28, 2011 2:11 pm
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