Trio-Engineering Interapplication and Comprehensive Cohesive Cogitation: The use of Systemic Neuromathematical Trioinformatics to Create, Define, and Express Trichotomous Research Instrumentation and Tri-Squared Analytics

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James Osler, Professor (Creator)
North Carolina Central University (NCCU )
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Abstract: This discourse provides a deeper epistemological rational for the novel discipline of “Trioinformatics” through the use of“Trioengineering” to create innovative research instrumentation from trichotomous research questions. Trioengineering uses of the novel mathematical “Ambitation” from “Neuromathematical Neuroengineering Notation” in Trioengineeringas a novel operational methodology is referred to as “Interapplication”. This specialized operation was first defined in the Trioinformatics article that appeared in the March-May i-manager's Journal on Circuits and Systems. Trioengineering's use of the neuromathematics “Ambitation” as an “Interapplication” is the holistic, collaborative, and comprehensiveexpression of Trioinformatics as a sequential sequence of inquiry into a precise research analysis methodology. Neuroengineering is an innovative way of explaining the transition from trichotomous logic (Osler, 2015) into atrichotomous Triple-I (Osler, 2013d) in which research questions are implemented in a meticulously defined and mathematically associated instrument [first introduced in the i-manager's Journal on Mathematics as a part of the TriSquared Test (Osler, 2012)]. Trioinformatics is an in-depth way of symbolically illustrating the law of trichotomy as a mathematically-grounded rational technique for explaining the ternary nature of electronic circuitry (Osler, 2015). The use of the Trioinformatics also adds value to investigative inquiry through the efficacy of digital instruments and tools viaeduscientifically - engineered (Osler, 2013a) research designs (Osler, 2015).

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Manager's Journal on Mathematics, Volume 7, No 3, July-September 2018
Language: English
Date: 2018

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