Glossary of Known Jigs

A listing and details about all known jigs.


The discovery of jigs is a serious undertaking. Many of the most obvious jigs have already been discovered and named. Other important jigs have also been discovered. Today, there are 45 known jigs (see Glossary of Jigs).

If you think you have discovered a jig, please contact us at hub@cabreraresearch.org and we will: (1) confirm it, (2) award the Universal Jig Prize, (3) assign your name to the discovery of the jig, and (4) add it to the Table of Known Jigs and Glossary of Jigs.

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What are Jigs?

Jigs are re-useable structures of knowledge and thinking that increase cognitive efficiency. Think of a jig as a common conceptual template that can be used over and over again in your thinking.

  • Where did the term "jig" come from?A jig refers to "a device that holds a piece of work and guides the tools operating on it." Carpenters use jigs all the time to do repeated operations that would otherwise (without the jig) take a lot of time and effort. Jigs are very practical because they save you cognitive time and effort. Cognitive jigs are not only useful but often have fun or funny names. Because they are meant to be useful and memorable.
  • ORIGIN: The term jig is mid-16th century and of unknown origin; the term cognitive jig was coined by Derek Cabrera to communicate the practical and tactile use of cognitive jigs as a way to identify, use, and reuse cognitive patterns (mental models) that are common or repeatedly used. Cabrera gives various discovered jigs common, basic, and memorable names such as “Barbells,” “P-circles,” “R-channels,” and “Part-parties.” Analogies, similes, and metaphors are cognitive jigs. To date, 45 cognitive jigs have been formally identified, but Cabrera estimates there are hundreds (if not thousands) more. Cabrera identifies the degree of content-agnosticism of a jig as an indicator of its universality. The more a jig is content agnostic, the more universal it is, and perhaps the more difficult it is to discover.

How are jigs made?

Jigs are common structures that can be seen as patterns of thought. Jigs are called "molecular structures" because they are complexes that are made up of lesser "atomic" DSRP structures + [sometimes] content information.

  • Atomic conceptual structures = the most basic elements (Dio, Spw, Rae, and Ppv)
  • Molecular conceptual structures = relatively simple or complex structures that combine atomic structures and information content in a way that are useful and re-useable.

You already use jigs...

You are already familiar with jigs eve if you are new to the term. Here are some common jigs you are already familiar with

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  • Cause-Effect
  • Inference
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Table of Known Jigs

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A List of Known Jigs


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^^ ‘Discovery’ is a somewhat complex concept with regard to cognitive structures such as jigs. Does discovery occur on its first realization and use or the first written works mentioning it? Feedback loops, for example, have existed in nature presumably since the origin of the universe. It is likely people thought of feedback loops long before Harold Black discovered them in 1927. Even Harold likely didn’t see feedback loops as a common reusable cognitive structure as Forrester did. In general, we try to ascertain the original source of discovery. But the discovery of a jig is really determined by “when it was first recognized as a reusable, generalizable cognitive structure.

 

1 analogy

Universal Jig Number 0001
Proper Name Analogy
DSRP Script (○—○)—(○—○)
Explicit DSRP No. (Atomic No.) 3/4
Content Agnosticism Ratio (CAR) 0.89
Description/Map/WriteUp Analogy Jig: Note how some of the information or structure of a jig can be either variable or fixed
Article Analogy Jig
Discovered by Nicholas of Paris (c. 1220)
Structural Map https://www.plectica.com/maps/174SXDFV0/

 

2 Metaphor

Universal Jig Number 0002
Proper Name Metaphor
DSRP Script ○—○
Explicit DSRP No. (Atomic No.) 2/4
Content Agnosticism Ratio (CAR) 0.67
Description/Map/WriteUp Metaphor Jig: Note that a sight change in the fixed information can change the jig
Article Metaphor Jig
Discovered by 
Structural Map https://www.plectica.com/maps/ZO5SM9XOM

 

3Simile

Universal Jig Number 0003
Proper Name Simile
DSRP Script ○—○
Explicit DSRP No. (Atomic No.) 2/4
Content Agnosticism Ratio (CAR) 0.67
Description/Map/WriteUp Simile Jig: Note how some of the information or structure of a jig can be either variable or fixed
Article Simile Jig
Discovered by 
Structural Map https://www.plectica.com/maps/01RCC9MM7/

 

4R-Channel

Universal Jig Number 0004
Proper Name R-channel
DSRP Script (○(○…))  (↔(↔…))  (○(○…))
Explicit DSRP No. (Atomic No.) 3/4
Content Agnosticism Ratio (CAR) 1.00
Description/Map/WriteUp An R-channel: A simple structure that can be used to compare the relationships between two systems made up of parts. Any time you want to relate two systems, an R-channel is the jig for you. It's called an R-channel because the structure of the jig "opens up a channel of space" in the middle to create many relationships across the systems
Article An R-channel
Discovered by D. Cabrera
Structural Map https://www.plectica.com/maps/1OYL2QZ41/

 

5P-Circle

Universal Jig Number 0005
Proper Name P-circle
DSRP Script [○] [○]…*□
Explicit DSRP No. (Atomic No.) 2/4
Content Agnosticism Ratio (CAR) 1.00
Description/Map/WriteUp P-circle: The "Perspective Circle" Jig: A simple common structure that looks at a view from multiple points. Create a circle of perspectives around any item, situation, event, or system.
Article P-circle
Discovered by D. Cabrera
Structural Map https://www.plectica.com/maps/TD9P20DG4/

 

6Category

Universal Jig Number 0006
Proper Name Category
DSRP Script [○]*(○(○…))
Explicit DSRP No. (Atomic No.) 3/4
Content Agnosticism Ratio (CAR) 1.00
Description/Map/WriteUp Category Jig
Article Category Jig
Discovered by D. Cabrera
Structural Map https://www.plectica.com/maps/EA1M104V9/

 

7Barbell

Universal Jig Number 0007
Proper Name Barbell
DSRP Script ○—○
Explicit DSRP No. (Atomic No.) 2/4
Content Agnosticism Ratio (CAR) 1.00
Description/Map/WriteUp Barbell Jig: A simple common structure that helps us zoom into the relationship between two things. Named after a "barbell" because of its structure. 
Article Barbell Jig
Discovered by D. Cabrera
Structural Map https://www.plectica.com/maps/98AS05M11/

 

9RDS Barbell

Universal Jig Number 0008
Proper Name RDS Barbell
DSRP Script ○ (○) ○
Explicit DSRP No. (Atomic No.) 3/4
Content Agnosticism Ratio (CAR) 1.00
Description/Map/WriteUp RDS Barbell: A barbell where the Relationship (R) is also a Distinction (D) and a System (S)
Article RDS Barbell
Discovered by D. Cabrera
Structural Map https://www.plectica.com/maps/98AS05M11/

 

8RD Barbell

Universal Jig Number 0009
Proper Name RD Barbell
DSRP Script ○—○—○
Explicit DSRP No. (Atomic No.) 2/4
Content Agnosticism Ratio (CAR) 1.00
Description/Map/WriteUp RD Barbell: A barbell where the Relationship (R), is also a Distinction (D). 
Article Barbell Jig
Discovered by D. Cabrera
Structural Map https://www.plectica.com/maps/98AS05M11/

 

10RDSP Barbell

Universal Jig Number 0010
Proper Name RDSP Barbell
DSRP Script ○ [(○)] ○
Explicit DSRP No. (Atomic No.) 4/4
Content Agnosticism Ratio (CAR) 1.00
Description/Map/WriteUp Add P to the R on an RDS Barbell
Article  Not available
Discovered by D. Cabrera
Structural Map https://www.plectica.com/maps/98AS05M11/

 

11Part Party

Universal Jig Number 0011
Proper Name Part Party
DSRP Script (○(—*∀○○…))
Explicit DSRP No. (Atomic No.) 3/4
Content Agnosticism Ratio (CAR) 1.00
Description/Map/WriteUp Standard Part Party: A Jig that helps us to relate the parts of a whole. Like a good party, the parts need to interact. A pervasive jig of all complex systems. Any good party involves interactions between the guests. Cognitive systems are no different--the parts must "part-ay"
Article Standard Part Party
Discovered by D. Cabrera
Structural Map https://www.plectica.com/maps/FIK68PLX7

 

12RDPart Party

Universal Jig Number 0012
Proper Name RD Part Party
DSRP Script (○( ○ *∀○○…))
Explicit DSRP No. (Atomic No.) 3/4
Content Agnosticism Ratio (CAR) 1.00
Description/Map/WriteUp RD Part Party: A Jig that helps us to distinguish and relate the parts of a whole. 
Article See Standard Part Party
Discovered by D. Cabrera
Structural Map https://www.plectica.com/maps/FIK68PLX7

 

13RDSPart Party

Universal Jig Number 0013
Proper Name RDS Part Party
DSRP Script (○( (○(○…) *∀○○…))
Explicit DSRP No. (Atomic No.) 3/4
Content Agnosticism Ratio (CAR) 1.00
Description/Map/WriteUp RDS Part Party: A Jig that helps us to distinguish and relate the parts of a whole. 
Article See Standard Part Party
Discovered by D. Cabrera
Structural Map https://www.plectica.com/maps/FIK68PLX7

 

14RDSPPart Party

Universal Jig Number 0014
Proper Name RDSP Part Party
DSRP Script (○( [ (○(○…) ] *∀○○…))
Explicit DSRP No. (Atomic No.) 4/4
Content Agnosticism Ratio (CAR) 1.00
Description/Map/WriteUp Add P to the R on RDS Barbells between parts in the S
ArticleNot available
Discovered by D. Cabrera
Structural Map https://www.plectica.com/maps/Y0HRSIGKF/

 

15Feedback Loop

Universal Jig Number 0015
Proper Name Feedback Loop
DSRP Script ○↔○
Explicit DSRP No. (Atomic No.) 2/4
Content Agnosticism Ratio (CAR) 0.50
Description/Map/WriteUp Feedback Loop Jig: A very popular variation on Cycle Systems where 2 or more identities are relating in such a way as to alter each other in feedback. 
ArticleNot available
Discovered by Harold Black 1927
Structural Map https://www.plectica.com/maps/B2SD1FRKP/

 

16Compare and Contrast

Universal Jig Number 0016
Proper Name Compare and Contrast
DSRP Script ○↔○
Explicit DSRP No. (Atomic No.) 2/4
Content Agnosticism Ratio (CAR) 0.50
Description/Map/WriteUp Compare & Contrast: A compare and contrast Jig is a very common jig that helps us to Distinguish how things are different and/or the same by using compare/contrast relationships. 
Article Not available
Discovered by 
Structural Map https://www.plectica.com/maps/O4VQGO07K/

 

17Dio Opportunity Cost

Universal Jig Number 0017
Proper Name Dio Opportunity Cost
DSRP Script ○⇝(○(○(○…))(●(○…)))
Explicit DSRP No. (Atomic No.) 2/4
Content Agnosticism Ratio (CAR) 0.50
Description/Map/WriteUp Dio Opportunity Costs: Dio means Distinction and its two elements identity and other. In this alternative case, you are thinking more about the "o" that occurs when you decide the "i". This jig identifies the "opportunity cost" of making a distinction. 
Article Not available
Discovered by D. Cabrera
Structural Map https://www.plectica.com/maps/WCKL9Z4DL/

 

18Linear Feedback Process

Universal Jig Number 0018
Proper Name Linear Feedback Process
DSRP Script ○→←○...
Explicit DSRP No. (Atomic No.) 2/4
Content Agnosticism Ratio (CAR) 0.50
Description/Map/WriteUp Linear Feedback Jig illustrates a linear process of related elements in which each successive element exhibits feedback to some or all previous elements. 
Article Not available
Discovered by D. Cabrera
Structural Map https://www.plectica.com/maps/MXUAC48QI/

 

19Bracket

Universal Jig Number 0019
Proper Name Bracket
DSRP Script (○↔○)→○…
Explicit DSRP No. (Atomic No.) 2/4
Content Agnosticism Ratio (CAR) 0.54
Description/Map/WriteUp Bracket Diagram. 
Article Not available
Discovered by Raymond Llull, a thirteen-century Spanish philosopher, used tree representations in Arbor scientiae, published in 1296 and may be said to have invented it as a conceptual structure. The bracket is a derivative of a tree diagram.
Structural Map https://www.plectica.com/maps/FD5EJAJTH/

 

20Cause and Effect

Universal Jig Number 0020
Proper Name Cause-Effect
DSRP Script ○→○
Explicit DSRP No. (Atomic No.) 2/4
Content Agnosticism Ratio (CAR) 0.67
Description/Map/WriteUp Cause/Effect Jig: An often used jig establishing cause and effect.
Article Cause/Effect Jig
Discovered by likely dates back to antiquity in its use.
Structural Map https://www.plectica.com/maps/O6HF9HCPZ

 

21Evolutionary Tree

Universal Jig Number 0021
Proper Name Evolutionary Tree
DSRP Script ○→○...
Explicit DSRP No. (Atomic No.) 2/4
Content Agnosticism Ratio (CAR) 0.67
Description/Map/WriteUp Evolutionary Tree Jig: a linear tree with branches showing the relationships between predecessors and successors 
Article   Not available
Discovered by Charles Darwin in 1859
Structural Map https://www.plectica.com/maps/QAY83XDA3/

 

22Fishbone

Universal Jig Number 0022
Proper Name Fishbone
DSRP Script ○→○...
Explicit DSRP No. (Atomic No.) 2/4
Content Agnosticism Ratio (CAR) 0.67
Description/Map/WriteUp Fishbone diagram: Also called an Ishikawa Diagram or a cause and effect diagram, is a jig for distinguishing the potential causes of a problem in order to identify its root causes.
Article Fishbone diagram
Discovered by Kaoru Ishikawa in 1968.
Structural Map https://www.plectica.com/maps/W49GQOI98

 

23Hierarchical Tree

Universal Jig Number 0023
Proper Name Hierarchical Tree
DSRP Script (○—(○…)…)
Explicit DSRP No. (Atomic No.) 2/4
Content Agnosticism Ratio (CAR) 0.67
Description/Map/WriteUp Hierarchical Tree: A hierarchical tree is quite similar to a bracket diagram but red top-bottom rather than left-right.
Article Hierarchical Tree
Discovered by First use of word hierarchy (Oxford English Dictionary) was in 1881. 
Structural Map https://www.plectica.com/maps/ZO5SM9XOM

 

24Sequence-Flow

Universal Jig Number 0024
Proper Name Sequence-Flow Map
DSRP Script ○→○...
Explicit DSRP No. (Atomic No.) 2/4
Content Agnosticism Ratio (CAR) 0.67
Description/Map/WriteUp Sequence/Flow Map Jig: A linear sequence of identities and relationships (like a number line). A variation on the sequence/flow jig involves variables that are plotted over time or in stepwise relation to each other but that can include multiple levels or scales and identities can have parts (S). Flow maps can be entirely linear, or contain feedback and the variables themselves can contain parts. 
Article   Not available
Discovered by The flow chart was invented by Frank Gilbreth in 1921. Do to its conceptual origins, it can be said that Gilbreth understood its reusable and content agnostic properties and therefore that he 'discovered' this jig.
Structural Map https://www.plectica.com/maps/62P1GGQTV/

 

25Dio List

Universal Jig Number 0025
Proper Name Dio List
DSRP Script (○(○…))(●(○…))
Explicit DSRP No. (Atomic No.) 2/4
Content Agnosticism Ratio (CAR) 1.00
Description/Map/WriteUp Dio List: Dio means Distinction and its two elements identity and other. You're making a list of the two elements. Very helpful in defining things at a basic level. 
Article   Not available
Discovered by D. Cabrera
Structural Map https://www.plectica.com/maps/26J8C7IK2/

 

26Cycle

Universal Jig Number 0026
Proper Name Cycle
DSRP Script …—○—○—…
Explicit DSRP No. (Atomic No.) 2/4
Content Agnosticism Ratio (CAR) 1.00
Description/Map/WriteUp Cycle Systems: a set of 2 or more identities that are related in a circle (e.g., a feedback loop; a cycle, etc.). 
Article Not available
Discovered by Use in language dates to 14 century. No clear "inventor." Jig discovered by D. Cabrera.
Structural Map https://www.plectica.com/maps/KR9LMUWE6/

 

27Continuum

Universal Jig Number 0027
Proper Name Continuum
DSRP Script (○...○)
Explicit DSRP No. (Atomic No.) 2/4
Content Agnosticism Ratio (CAR) 1.00
Description/Map/WriteUp Continuum Jig: A continuum jig is used to plot a few options (usually 2, 3, 4) "along a continuum." It should be noted that there is always at least an implicit organizing perspective that creates the continuum (from X to Y, Less A, More B, etc). 
Article   Not available
Discovered by Use in language dates to 1640s. No clear "inventor." Jig discovered by D. Cabrera.
Structural Map https://www.plectica.com/maps/AXIVLRT6M/

 

28List

Universal Jig Number 0028
Proper Name List
DSRP Script (○(○…))
Explicit DSRP No. (Atomic No.) 2/4
Content Agnosticism Ratio (CAR) 1.00
Description/Map/WriteUp A List Jig: A list is a very well-known and popular jig that allows for a part-whole itemization
Article A List Jig
Discovered by Benjamin Franklin popularized the 'to-do' list as a means of self improvement, although lists were used for centuries prior to Franklin. Jig discovered by D. Cabrera.
Structural Map https://www.plectica.com/maps/3FC584JSV/

 

29nth order P

Universal Jig Number 0029
Proper Name nth-order P
DSRP Script  ...[○] [○] □
Explicit DSRP No. (Atomic No.) 2/4
Content Agnosticism Ratio (CAR) 1.00
Description/Map/WriteUp Nth Order Perspective: A common structure that helps us see our bias in looking at a perspective. Sometimes it is important to look at a perspective on a system from a second-order perspective or an nth-order perspective. 
Article  Not available
Discovered by D. Cabrera
Structural Map https://www.plectica.com/maps/GNGCVXDTY

 

30R-Circle

Universal Jig Number 0030
Proper Name R-circle
DSRP Script ○—*○○…
Explicit DSRP No. (Atomic No.) 2/4
Content Agnosticism Ratio (CAR) 1.00
Description/Map/WriteUp R Circle: An R circle is just a bunch of variables relating in some way to a center variable. The Rs could be causal or not. Often used to map webs of causality in relation to some effect. 
Article  Not available
Discovered by D. Cabrera
Structural Map https://www.plectica.com/maps/Y64WB1GL2/

 

31 Table

Universal Jig Number 0031
Proper Name Table
DSRP Script (○(○…))—*∀(○(○…))
Explicit DSRP No. (Atomic No.) 2/4
Content Agnosticism Ratio (CAR) 1.00
Description/Map/WriteUp Table Jig: A part-whole jig consisting of a square grid of parts
Article Table Jig
Discovered by "Tables" were likely first used in the medieval counting houses where an actual table was covered with a checkered cloth to count coin. Jig discovered by D. Cabrera.
Structural Map https://www.plectica.com/maps/156XE246W/

 

32Inference

Universal Jig Number 0032
Proper Name Inference
DSRP Script ○→○
Explicit DSRP No. (Atomic No.) 2/4
Content Agnosticism Ratio (CAR) 0.67
Description/Map/WriteUp Inference Jig: a conclusion reached on the basis of evidence and reasoning. See map). 
Article  Not available
Discovered by Andrew Hathaway.
Structural Map https://www.plectica.com/maps/UCARDBVUG/

 

33R ’n R

Universal Jig Number 0033
Proper Name R'nR
DSRP Script —*∀(— — …)
Explicit DSRP No. (Atomic No.) 2/4
Content Agnosticism Ratio (CAR) 1.00
Description/Map/WriteUp R'nR Jig or Relate the Relations Jig makes relationships between a set of relationships. 
Article  Not available
Discovered by D. Cabrera
Structural Map https://www.plectica.com/maps/3WDHUO50C

 

34P on Rs

Universal Jig Number 0034
Proper Name P on Rs
DSRP Script [○](— — …)
Explicit DSRP No. (Atomic No.) 2/4
Content Agnosticism Ratio (CAR) 1.00
Description/Map/WriteUp P on Rs Jig takes a perspective on a set of Relations. 
Article  Not available
Discovered by D. Cabrera
Structural Map https://www.plectica.com/maps/Q55S10C9H

 

35Commonality by P

Universal Jig Number 0035
Proper Name 'Fruit Jig' or Commonality by P
DSRP Script (○(○…))(○(○…)) ⇝ [○] (○(○…))(○(○…)) ⇝ (○((○)(○)))
Explicit DSRP No. (Atomic No.) 3/4
Content Agnosticism Ratio (CAR) 0.89
Description/Map/WriteUp Commonality P Jig: a.k.a. Fruit jig because when a situation gives you apples and oranges (i.e., incompatibilities) sometimes you have to look for the common whole which is born of the common part(s). 
Article  Not available
Discovered by D. Cabrera
Structural Map https://www.plectica.com/maps/NKI7D7M3A/

 

36Jig Mix and Match

Universal Jig Number 0036
Proper Name Jig Mix and Match
DSRP Script (□↔□)
Explicit DSRP No. (Atomic No.) 3/4
Content Agnosticism Ratio (CAR) 1.00
Description/Map/WriteUp Mix and Match Jig  a simple but powerful jig that combines two or more jigs into a new composite jig. 
Article Mix and Match Jig
Discovered by D. Cabrera
Structural Map https://www.plectica.com/maps/JX33CK0IL/

 

37P to S

Universal Jig Number 0037
Proper Name P to S
DSRP Script [○] □⇝[(○(○…))] □
Explicit DSRP No. (Atomic No.) 3/4
Content Agnosticism Ratio (CAR) 1.00
Description/Map/WriteUp P to S Jig (Perspectival System): A jig to help avoid the bias of homogeneous perspectives of groups (or an individual). Rather than turning an S into a P like in S-to-P jig, you're turning a P into an S. 
Article   Not available
Discovered by D. Cabrera
Structural Map https://www.plectica.com/maps/0T6NAU1J0/

 

38S of Rs

Universal Jig Number 0038
Proper Name S of Rs
DSRP Script (— — …)
Explicit DSRP No. (Atomic No.) 3/4
Content Agnosticism Ratio (CAR) 1.00
Description/Map/WriteUp System of Relationships Jig (S of Rs): An important jig where a set of relationships (Rs) are seen as working as a system (S).
Article System of Relationships Jig (S of Rs)
Discovered by D. Cabrera
Structural Map https://www.plectica.com/maps/3F08F1IM7/

 

39S to P

Universal Jig Number 0039
Proper Name S to P
DSRP Script (○(○…) ⇝[(○(○…)] □
Explicit DSRP No. (Atomic No.) 3/4
Content Agnosticism Ratio (CAR) 1.00

Description/Map/WriteUp S to P Jig (System to Perspective): A common structure jig where a system or a system of related parts (a part party) is transformed into a perspective that can be used to look at a problem, situation or phenomenon differently. Could also be called, “S to P on an S” Jig because this jig is a great way to solve a problem and use an understanding of the system you are analyzing to abstract an overarching lens to be used in future evolutions of the current problem system or future systems. All frameworks and most Fropping rules are S to P jigs.

Article S to P Jig (System to Perspective)
Discovered by D. Cabrera
Structural Map https://www.plectica.com/maps/1BZFJJB5S/

 

40XY Graph

Universal Jig Number 0040
Proper Name XY Graph
DSRP Script (○...○)↔(○...○)
Explicit DSRP No. (Atomic No.) 3/4
Content Agnosticism Ratio (CAR) 1.00
Description/Map/WriteUp Cartesian XY Graph: A well-known and often used jig that combines two Continuum Jigs with a system of parts plotted on each axis. (btw it takes two continuum jogs to make an XY Jig)
Article Cartesian XY Graph
Discovered by René Descartes
Structural Map https://www.plectica.com/maps/WWECGLHDD/


41Rar Cycle

Universal Jig Number 0041
Proper Name Rar Cycle
DSRP Script (○)—(→↔←)—(○)
Explicit DSRP No. (Atomic No.) 3/4
Content Agnosticism Ratio (CAR) 1.00
Description/Map/WriteUp Rar Jig: Rar Jig is a composite of things you can do with the most basic elements (action-reaction) of Relationships (R). It is a very powerful set of jigs that can be used to zoom into what is really going on when two or more things relate. Rar zooms into the dynamics of any Rs but especially psychotherapeutic or CBT (stimulus-response, etc)
Article Rar Jig
Discovered by D. Cabrera
Structural Map https://www.plectica.com/maps/U2XXIWQG1/

 

42D to RD

Universal Jig Number 0042
Proper Name D to RD
DSRP Script ○ ⇝ (○(○…)) ○ (○(○…))
Explicit DSRP No. (Atomic No.) 3/4
Content Agnosticism Ratio (CAR) 1.00
Description/Map/WriteUp D to RD Jig: Take an identity and transform it into a Relation and then ask all the things it relates as a barbell between two Ss. 
Article  Not available
Discovered by D. Cabrera
Structural Map https://www.plectica.com/maps/FIK68PLX7

 

43DSRPEcology

Universal Jig Number 0043
Proper Name DSRP Ecology
DSRP Script (○ ( ) – [ ])*□
Explicit DSRP No. (Atomic No.) 4/4
Content Agnosticism Ratio (CAR) 1.00
Description/Map/WriteUp Basic DSRP Ecology Jig: A jig, like ecology jig that explicates DSRP structure relatively consistently across all elements.
Article  Not available
Discovered by D. Cabrera
Structural Map https://www.plectica.com/maps/5PKYL9LVH/

 

44Max DSRP Ecology

Universal Jig Number 0044
Proper Name Max DSRP Ecology
DSRP Script (○ ( ) – [ ])*∀□
Explicit DSRP No. (Atomic No.) 4/4
Content Agnosticism Ratio (CAR) 1.00
Description/Map/WriteUp P Ecology Jig: A jig where every element in the network is also a perspective ON the network. The basic ecological relationships.
Article P Ecology Jig
Discovered by D. Cabrera
Structural Map https://www.plectica.com/maps/TVGQBIPKY

 

45Feedback Spine

Universal Jig Number 0045
Proper Name Feedback Spine
DSRP Script …○,○→○→○→…
Explicit DSRP No. (Atomic No.) 2/4
Content Agnosticism Ratio (CAR) 1.00
Description/Map/WriteUp The Feedback Jig illustrates that two identities bring about a third identity which in turn brings about a fourth identity which in turn feedbacks to the first and second identities, forming the look of a spine with ascending ribs. 
Article  Not available
Discovered by Carter Cabrera, March 2021
Structural Map https://www.plectica.com/maps/7LIBSDAHR