8.4.Maximum Instantaneous Acceleration

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We've seen that the highest possible speed is 1/@. That would be the maximum speed that can be reached in a time interval between two decisions. The interval would always be the same as the one we explained in the case of speed, T=@+T' Where T' is the waiting time and where @ is a constant. If Dt tends to zero, its minimum possible value will always be @.(with T´=0 ) and during @ the highest possible speed is 1/@ Therefore the maximum acceleration will be: as 1/@ is the same as k, then, Next Page 