Matrix.Vote

The matrix vote system consists of the priority-preference-promotion voting from civilian input. Depending on user level, iterations on topics can be supplied which represent a more elaborate vote with more informational character. Depending on choice, user can reduce their vote to three Y/N votes (example formulations, not strict): • Has the issue a priority for you/culture/life? • Is the issue within your personal preference or is it in the interest of future generations? Does the issue need promotion of resources and could become of higher relevance? This reflects more information given by population on specific decision making. Priority reflects whether there is need or dispair as well as optimism for a cause/issue. Preference reflects the rational or ideologic understanding and freedom of choice. Promotion is reflecting tax decisions and financial orientation of civilizatory systems or subsystems.

The decisions for voting come from global priority institute / neutral.institute and can be pull votes if public opinion is required to be considered. This can be the case if goverment must make a decision which has not one but many possible solutions, each of them being in accordance to ULEF. Likewise, public interest can generate push votes for urgent or popular topics of civilian interest.

Within the decision matrix a P³C system can be run. Progenitors are the equivalent to patents, however weighted by their generality. If an invention serves many aspects and is likely to remain a substantial part of knowledge it can be attributed progenitor position. The concept of a combustion engine is an example for this type. The progressor type are licensing registrations that claim to have accelerating or cooperative character and serve development or advancement. In their case it is foreseeable that they will be replaced or developed into something else but they pose a local optimum for their problem space. Persistor claims are those systems in between progenitor and progressor, claiming a (virtual) persistence of their algorithmic or schematic properties. They are commonly used software and hardware undergoing low frequency change. Progressors are hence handled by systems with rapid computation decision making. Progenitors must be stored reliable. Instead of usage rights, P³ are measured by their usage and can be upvoted by public opinion. Everyone can use patents and usage will be measured by system to assign registrants their values.