Visions of a Freeman -
Brain Age - 03, January of 2015
Using Advanced Surveillance Software on the Criminal Media.
Because nobody is above the Law.
The TRIBalance Structure for Surveillance of the media is composed of three parts: The Common, The Relative and The Limit.
The Common (Data Recollecting).
This is an independent section whose only faction is to record. It does not study data, it records the data that is solicited for tracking purposes from the Law Enforcement and Academic Systems. Suspicious media that are known to be likable of being hostile are usually added to surveillance.
This section can be called: The Eye.
1) Every word from a media that is under surveillance is recorded.
2) Every word that is in a video is transcript.
3) The structure of the media in the web page such as the shape of the home page is also recorded.
4) Everything that can be seen on the Internet Web Browser is recorded.
5) The people that work in this section are dedicated to data collecting only, preferably.
6) All the sounds are music are transcript.
7) Everything that needs translation is translated.
8) The data is presented in a way that can be easily searched using search engines for that purpose.
The Relative (Relational Studies).
Tagging the text part.
Parts of the text are tagged where they start and end. Like for example: <CT001>Text Here </CT001>.
Those tags are later used as concepts for the rest of the procedures.
Making a Relative Group (Multiple Node Common Definition).
A Tag can have many internal definitions.
For example a picture of a Necklace with a ring. In that case the Necklace is separated into it's parts first, in order to try to find a definition for each part. Each new part is also indexes and tagged.
This creates the tree of structure.
Making a Complex Relative Group (Common, Relative and Limit on a node).
Once the tree of structure is made with it's new tags, each of the parts of the structure can be attached with new Common, Relative and Limit Tags.
This is where the multiple relative definitions are placed in order to create theory of symbols. For example in this step you would find many conceptual definitions to a gold ring, attached by the relative Tag. The entire top structure can also have it's Relative Tag. Every node in the structure can have common, relative and limit tags, also linking to composite (group) relative tags.
Individual Common Relative (Simple definition).
This is where a Tag found on a news is linked directly with a simple tag without any complex (structured) relative tags attached.
Link to a Relative Group.
The relative group index letter and number definition must include a letters indicating that it is a structure. For example: <RO003-C>One Gold Ring Necklace</RO003-C>
Broken Source indication (Ghosts).
This is where Sources of a news are mentioned but there is no limit link to define them. Those incidents are tagged with it's own letter code to indicate an infraction responsibility. The incident is tagged as well. For example: <BRK004>Somebody said</BRK004>.
Broken Link to Limit indication (No Evidence).
This is where data is mentioned but there is no link to limit evidence. For example: <NLE007>Maybe many people fell<NLE007> or <NLE007>Nobody said the others were trying so they are not trying</NLE007>.
Every time a media has content that screams: "I know what I am saying, trust Me you don't need serious evidence" it is a Broken Link to Limit Indication and it must be tagged.
The more Ghosts and the more lack of evidence the more a media is considered to have a disdain for Ethics and Objectivity.
The Limit (Conclusions).
This stage is the Findings reports. It gathers the conclusions of the studies and also creates statistics like for example, how many times a media did not link in an ethical way, how many times a media did not present evidence, or how many times a media used ghosts.
The reports are gathered in the exercise of the resume.
Among the recipients of the findings there are:
1) The Judicial Power. When a Legal action is to be made.
2) The Media Top Editors. For a review or for complaints of users).
3) Other international Media Regulatory Institutions and Journalism Schools.
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