Capital logic (20TH CENTURY)

Capital logic is a theory within Marxism.Capital Logic is a powerful graphical and design-management environment for authoring both logical connectivity designs (signals), and physical wiring designs (wires, splices, multicores, etc).

Capital Logic may be used to design both sub-systems and to accomplish interactive system integration, i.e. the merging of multiple sub-systems into the physical structure.

Capital Logic is more than a schematic design tool, it provides a foundation for a complete Capital electrical design flow: from logical concept design through to harness design (using Capital HarnessXC).

Standard capabilities include an easy to use DC simulation facility, a powerful parts library, a symbol authoring facility with pre-defined standard symbols, and extensive project and data management tools that automate many of the time-consuming & error-prone tasks that are usually performed manu

Capital Topology and Capital Logic work together to provide an integrated design environment at both platform layout and wiring schematic abstractions.

Capital Topology allows users to define device (equipment) locations and harness bundle layout within a platform. Devices can be placed manually or automatically using configurable rules, then wiring designed within Capital Logic routed through bundle paths, again using automated rules. Constraints such as signal separation codes can be applied. Direct navigation between wiring and topology abstractions allows engineers to visualize their designs, and validate results against requirements such as FAA EWIS regulations.

Benefits and Features

  • Provides platform level electrical design and visualization, helping early stage platform layout
  • Allows direct navigation between wiring and topology abstractions, simplifying design change and decision making
  • Simplifies, automates and controls design tasks using rules driven device placement and wire routing
  • Provides early indication of wire-routing, bundle diameters, and harness complexity

The form and character of political institutions are determined by those of economic ones.

The ‘logic’ of capital thus shapes that of government.

Capital logic theory has been criticized as mechanical and inflexible.

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