Sequence Theory 8:Scatter Patterns in space and sequential (lineal) analysis and the Notion of Fractal

Bjork says it for me in a song

And the notions of sequence will be introduced in context of a scatter pattern in space, firstly highlighting the subjective processing tool that they are for detailed analysis, and then re-emphasising their natural inherent origin within the subjective atttentional processing, but that in fact the whole animate is engaged in unconscious and subconscious sequence processing at the same time, thus making the conscious stream only one of many,

The scatter pattern is then related to this multiplex multi layer or multisequence processing by itself being a stage in this type of processing. Initially it represents a beginning or resulant stage, but the idea is then used to represent general multiplex stage processing.

The multiplex is comparable to a film/video frame with sound dynamics.

The multiplex sequencing is then compared to an array pattern that is sequenced as a sequence of arrays. The array gives a greater degree of freedom and the degrees of freedom are described by "list" sequences. Distinction is made between a list that is in a column form and a list that is in a row form. Then a freedom is fiven in an rray to list in a column form or in a row form. This is immediately generalised to listing in any "relationship" form chosen or possible.

This freedom breaks up the sequence "order" that seems "inherent" showing it to be an artefact of design. This is then renamed a dynamic array or a relational array providing that every "location" (semeion) in the designed array can be accessed by a "sequence" of relations between locations.

Some more complex or convoluted sequencing can be addressed by multiplexing lists of arrays, arraying lists, or arraying arrays.

The basic combinatorics are highlighted invoking a tree diagram. For example if i have 3 analytical forms for dissecting a scatter pattern "a list(row or column). an array (generates list (row or column or any relational sequence)), and a block( generates list (row, column, or level) and again any relational sequence) then the spreading tree of convolution at the second node of the tree level enables 9 different combinations.

Finally the combination tree is compared to the synaptic connections within the brain neuron structure, demonsstrating that the analytical process reveals the inherent source of ts design, our very own neurology.
http://www.metropolismag.com/pov/20111101/frontiers-of-design-science