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Database Ranges for Analytical Netmapping Sections One and Two

 

 

1. Who?

  • Name(s):

  • Date(s) of Birth(s):

  • Place(s) of Birth(s):

  • SSN(s):

  • DLN(s):

  • VLN(s):

  • VIN(s):

  • Type of Residence(s):

  • Current Home Phone Number(s):

  • Previous Home Phone Number(s):

  • Type of Business(es):

  • Current Business Phone Number(s):

  • Previous Business Phone Number(s):

  • Current Home Address(es):

  • Previous Home Address(es):

  • Current Business Address(es):

  • Previous Business Address(es):

  • BLN(s):

  • EIN(s):

  • Physical Characteristics:

    • Individual(s):

    • Group(s):

    • Inter-Group(s):

    • Social System(s):

    • Larger-Social System(s):

  • Physiological Genealogic Structure(s):

  • Current Physical Characteristics of Functional Duties:

  • Current Genealogical Characteristics of Functional Duties:

  • Previous Physical Characteristics of Functional Duties:

  • Previous Genealogical Characteristics of Functional Duties:

  • Forecasted Physical Characteristics of Functional Duties:

  • Forecasted Genealogical Characteristics of Functional Duties:

  • Current Physical Classification(s) of Functional Duties:

  • Current Genealogical Classification(s) of Functional Duties:

  • Previous Physical Classification(s) of Functional Duties:

  • Previous Genealogical Classification(s) of Functional Duties:

  • Forecasted Physical Classification(s) of Functional Duties:

  • Forecasted Genealogical Classification(s) of Functional Duties:

 

2. What?

  • Race:

  • Creed:

  • Color:

  • Nationality(ies):

  • Ethnicity(ies):

  • Sex:

  • Hair:

  • Eye(s):

  • Height:

  • Weight:

  • Previous Marital Status:

  • Current Marital Status:

  • Previous Sexual Preferences:

  • Current Sexual Preferences:

  • Current Language Skills:

  • Linguistic Profiles:

  • Previous Religion:

  • Current Religion:

  • Religious Profile:

  • Previous Education:

  • Current Education:

  • Educational Profile:

  • Previous Psychological Profile:

  • Current Psychological Profile:

  • Forecasted Psychological Profile:

  • Previous Economic Profile:

  • Current Economic Profile:

  • Forecasted Economic Profile:

  • Previous Sociological Profile:

  • Current Sociological Profile:

  • Forecasted Sociological Profile: 
     

3. When?

  • Date(s) of Action(s) Committed:

  • Date(s) when Support Personnel were Introduced into Action(s) Committed:

  • Date(s) when Support Personnel Committed Action(s):

  • Date(s) of Documents Involved in Action(s) Committed:

  • Date(s) of when Action(s) Committed were Completed: 
     

4. Where?

  • Previous Location(s) of Action(s) Committed:

  • Current Location(s) of Action(s) Committed:

  • Location of Individuals in Support of Action(s) Committed:

  • Subject(s) of Action(s) Committed:

  • Investigative Profile(s) of Subject(s) of Action(s) Committed:

  • Opinions of Subject(s) of Action(s) Committed: 
     

5. How?

  • Action(s) Committed:

  • Action(s) Committed with Whom:

  • Source or History of Actions(s) Committed:

  • Previous Results of Action(s) Committed:

  • Current Results of Action(s) Committed:

  • Alphanumeric Definitions & Methods of Action(s) Committed:

  • Alphanumeric Impact of Action(s) Committed:

  • Legal Definitions & Methods of Action(s) Committed:

  • Legal Impact of Action(s) Committed:

  • Psychological Definitions & Methods of Action(s) Committed:

  • Psychological Impact of Action(s) Committed:

  • Physiological Definitions & Methods of Action(s) Committed:

  • Physiological Impact of Action(s) Committed:

  • Sociological Definitions & Methods of Action(s) Committed:

  • Sociological Impact of Action(s) Committed:

  • Economic Definitions & Methods of Action(s) Committed:

  • Economic Impact of Action(s) Committed:

  • Forecasted Integrated Results of Current Action(s) Committed:

 

6. Why?

  • Ideological Reasons for Previous Action(s) Committed:

  • Physiological Reasons for Previous Action(s) Committed:

  • Economic Reasons for Previous Action(s) Committed:

  • Sociological Reasons for Previous Action(s) Committed:

  • Ideological Reasons for Current Action(s) Committed:

  • Physiological Reasons for Current Action(s) Committed:

  • Economic Reasons for Current Action(s) Committed:

  • Sociological Reasons for Current Action(s) Committed: 
     

7. Tactical Enterprise Work Architectures and Autonomous Programs used in Profile

  • Autonomous Programs used in Profile:

  • Sources and Performance History of Autonomous Programs used in Profile:

  • Legal Position of Autonomous Programs used in Profile:

  • Documentary Dispensation of Autonomous Programs used in Profile:

  • Tactical Enterprise Work Architectures used in Profile:

  • Sources and Performance History of Tactical Enterprise Work Architectures used in Profile:

  • Legal Position of Tactical Enterprise Work Architectures used in Profile:

  • Documentary Dispensation of Tactical Enterprise Work Architectures used in Profile:

  • Tactical Enterprise Work Architectures and Autonomous Programs Ranking Prior to Investigative Profile:

  • Tactical Enterprise Work Architectures and Autonomous Programs Ranking During Investigative Profile:

  • Tactical Enterprise Work Architectures and Autonomous Programs Ranking After Investigative Profile:

  • Legal Position of Enterprise Work Architectures and Autonomous Programs Prior to Investigative Profile:

  • Legal Position of Enterprise Work Architectures and Autonomous Programs During Investigative Profile:

  • Legal Position of Enterprise Work Architectures and Autonomous Programs After Investigative Profile:

 

8. Internal/External Personnel and Political Tactics used in Profile

  • Internal/External Personnel used in Profile:

  • Sources and History of Internal/External Personnel used in Profile:

  • Legal Position of Internal/External Personnel used in Profile:

  • Economic Dispensation of Internal/External Personnel used in Profile:

  • Political Tactics used in Profile:

  • Sources and History of Political Tactics used in Profile:

  • Legal Position of Political Tactics used in Profile:

  • Economic Dispensation of Political Tactics used in Profile:

  • Network Configuration Prior to Investigative Profile:

  • Network Configuration During Investigative Profile:

  • Network Configuration After Investigative Profile:

  • Legal Position of Network Prior to Investigative Profile:

  • Legal Position of Network During Investigative Profile:

  • Legal Position of Network After Investigative Profile:

 

9. Basis for Investigative Profiling

  • Examination of Power Bases:

  • Barriers to Entry into Certain Fields:

  • Causes of Social Intercourse:

  • Causes of Economic Conflicts:

  • Causes of Legal Conflicts:

  • Causes of Social Conflicts:

  • Causes of Political Conflicts:

  • Causes of Personal Conflicts:

  • Causes of Racial Conflicts:

  • Religious Conflicts:

  • Basis for Human Interactions:

  • Classification Theories:

  • Bibliographic Theories:

  • Structural Analysis Theories:

  • Infrastructural Development:

  • Educational Examination(s):

  • Religious Examination(s):

  • Strategic Anthropology:

 

10. The premise for NAME’s investigative processes is to obtain a review of the history, objectives, operation, and merits of strategies & tactics that are prone to the need for an exhaustive investigation. This review process serves several purposes. It serves to describe the many functions that the existing internal operating systems can perform, thereby demonstrating the potential breath of applications for NAME's future investigative profiles and expert operating systems. It also illustrates the strategic development procedures discussed in Appendix - D, which are organized by the type of grammatic and tactical analysis they perform. NAME's informational demographics and expert procedural manuals are illustrated by the following list of their potential uses within a focused educational environment developed by the GCNO at NAME:

  • Aiding DOT database drafting by testing a textual draft against a set of related strategic-databases and linguistic standards, and having the computer system(s) make the appropriate suggestions;

  • Researching expert DOT databases on the basis of a statement of facts or concepts (strategic or grammatic retrieval as opposed to the current key word searches);

  • Generating ideas and advising a user of the arguments (program functions) for and against documented situations and also how to weaken or strengthen the arguments (program functions) in a particular set circumstances or skills;

  • Advising a user on strategy and tactics in procedure or structural negotiations;

  • Evaluating a situation as to settlement (final analyses) or strategic value;

  • Evaluating procedural consistencies with prior decisions of a proposed administrative decision in discretionary areas;

  • Aiding in the document drafting of contracts, wills, and other documents by testing for the consistency with existing laws, personal and social policies, and linguistic standards;

  • Assisting decision making in which little or no discretion is involved;

  • Planning transactions such as business mergers, with tax and other strategic information by presenting alternative scenarios and identifying their legal or structural consequences;

  • Predicting the consequences of proposed legislation, policies, draft contracts, wills, situations, etc.;

  • Finding legal or strategic authorities which are consistent or inconsistent with proposed laws or consciences;

  • Evaluating the effectiveness of existing procedures, laws or rules and identifying the procedures, laws or rules which may need to be modified;

  • Training and disseminating information on related concepts or skills;

  • Interviewing clients for information relevant to the identification of the nature of their strategic or procedural problems;

  • Informing client systems of the consequences of particular acts, in order to enable their subordinates to know the reality of their proposed or past acts, and if communication with an expert is required, to obtain a complete answer;

  • Preserving institutional and instructional expertise;

  • Reviewing conceptual or strategic database systems against new rules or situations, and modifying them to keep them activated and current;

  • Identifying clients whose educational affairs may have been affected by changes in the network, so that a subcontractor can determine whether to contact a client regarding the change(s).

 

The primary application areas for NAME's investigative profile & document development processes include strategic management, organizational management, monitoring data flow, conceptual or legal interpretation, and document or report generation for the purposes of structural or strategic investigations.

 

11. Organizational and operational systems for infrastructural management

a. The Personal Systems Training Solutions:

  • Application Development (la.);

  • Database (2a.);

  • DOS, OS/2, OS/400 (3a.);

  • Windows & Windows NT (4a.);

  • Programming Languages (5a.);

  • Transaction Processing (6a.);

  • End User Applications (IV. & V.);

  • Hardware Operations (7a.);

b. The Midrange Training Solutions:

  • Application Development (lb.);

  • Database (2b.);

  • Office Applications (7b.);

  • AIX/UNIX (4b.);

  • OS1400 (3b.);

  • Programming Languages (5b.);

  • Transaction Processing (6b.);

c. The Mainframe Training Solutions:

  • Application Development (le.);

  • Database (2c.);

  • MVS, VM, VSE (3c.);

  • Programming Languages (5c.);

  • Storage Management (4c.);

  • Transaction Processing (6c.);

  • Hardware Operations (7c.);

d. The Client/Server, Networking & Object Technology Training Solutions:

  • Client/Server (ld.);

  • Distributed Databases (2d.);

  • Internetworking (3d.);

  • Local Area Networking (4d.);

  • Network Management (5d.);

  • Voice Applications (6d.);

  • Object Technology (7d.);

e. The Business & Personal Development Training Solutions:

  • Business Management (4e.);

  • Financial Skills (3e.);

  • Industry Applications (2e.);

  • Personal Effectiveness (le.);

  • Project Management (5e.);

  • Total Quality Management (7e.);

  • Sales Training (6e.);

 

12. End product lines of investigative solution frameworks

  • Intercommunicative autonomous software applications and platforms:

  • Organizational and personnel procedural or policy manuals:

  • Computational Intelligence in Industrial Engineering:

  • Consumer Product Design:

  • Economic Engineering & Cost Estimation:

  • Facilities Design & Location:

  • Information Systems:

  • Maintenance Engineering and Management:

  • Materials Handling:

  • Performance Analysis & Simulation:

  • Production Systems Design, Planning and Control:

  • Productivity & Business Strategies:

  • Project Management:

  • Technology Management & Transfer:

  • Total Quality Management & Quality Technology:

  • Work Measurement & Methods Engineering:

  • Industrial Ergonomics & Safety:

  • Applied Operations Research:

  • CAD/CAM:

  • Other Topics of Interest in the Business Engineering Fields:

 
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