### 7.TYPES OF I UNITS. POSIBLE FUNDAMENTAL PARTICLES (pfp).

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We can classify the i units according to their way to answer in the face of a stimulus.
When we try to adjust the Universe of Decisions to the Real Universe, we'll realize each way of answering demands for a different work of transformation and settle the Minimum Energy that this i unit can have. That behaviour will also settle the possibility to find it isolated (stability).

Type 1. -Those units in which the decisions are the same as the stimulus that generates them and have also the same direction. We'll call them T1.

An "a" stimulus generates an "a" decision
A "b" stimulus generates a "b" decision
A "c" stimulus generates a "c" decision

Type 2. - Those units in which the decision is always the same as the stimulus that generates it but has opposite direction. We'll call them T2.

An "a" stimulus generates a "-a" decision; a "-a" stimulus generates an "a" decision,
A "b" stimulus generates a "-b" decision; a "-b" stimulus generates a "b" decision,
A "c" stimulus generates a "-c" decision; a "-c" stimulus generates a "c" decision,

Type 3. -Those units in which the decision is always the same as the stimulus that generates it but independent from it. We'll call them T3.

Units T3 present 2 subgroups.

T3A:
An "a" stimulus or "-a" generates a "-a" decision
A "b" stimulus or "-b" generates a "-b" decision
A "c" stimulus or "-c" generates a "-c" decision

T3B:
An "a" stimulus or "-a" generates an "a" decision
A "b" stimulus or "-b" generates a "b" decision
A "c" stimulus or "-c" generates a "c" decision

Type 4: Those units in which the decision is different in one or several coordinate axes.

This type of units has multiple subsections.

T4A: Those in which in one of the axis there's a T1 answer and in the other two axes a T2 answer.
T4B: Those in which in two of their axis there's a T1 answer and in the other axis a T2 answer.
T4C: Those in which in one of their axis there's a T1 answer and in the other two a T3 answer.
T4D: Those in which in two of their axis there's a T1 answer and in the other one a T3 answer.
T4E: Those in which in one of their axis there's a T1 answer, in the other one a T2 answer and in the other one a T3 answer.
T4F: Those in which in one of their axis there's a T2 answer and in the other two a T3 answer.
T4G: Those in which in two of their axis there's a T2 answer and in the other one a T3 answer.
T4H: Those in which in each axis there's a different T3 answer.

As T3 units have two different possibilities, we'll have different T4C, T4D, T4E, T4F, T4G, and T4H units.
And depending on which ones are the axes involved in each type of answer

T4A will have 3 different possibilities, T4A1, T4A2, T4A3.
T4B will have 3 different possibilities, T4B1, T4B2, T4B3.
T4C will have 12 different possibilities T4C1 a T4C12.
T4D will have 6 different possibilities T4D1 a T4D6.
T4E will have 6 different possibilities T4E1 a T4E6.
T4F will have 12 different possibilities T4F1 a T4F12.
T4G will have 6 different possibilities T4G1 a T4G6.
T4H will have 6 different possibilities T4H1 a T4H6.

There are 54 different possibilities of units I, type T4.

Type 5. - Those units in which a stimulus received by one of their axis generate an answer in a different axis.

For example, an "a" stimulus generates a "b", "c" "-b" or "-c" answer.
In this type of fundamental units we'll have
The "a" stimulus generates "b" or "-b" decisions.
The "a" stimulus generates "c" or "-c" decisions.
The "b" stimulus generates "a" or "-a" decisions.
The "b" stimulus generates "c" or "-c" decisions.
The "c" stimulus generates "a" or "-a" decisions.
The "c" stimulus generates "b" or "-b" decisions.

That's to say 6 different possibilities for each one of the 54 possibilities T4.
So, there are 324 possibilities of different T5 Units.

Type 6: Those units in which the decision is restricted in one or several axis.

That's to say, they can't generate decisions type "a" or " -a" or, "b","-b" or "c" ,"-c".
In this type of Fundamental Units we'll find that:
The answer "a" or -"a" can be restricted.
The answer "b" or -"b" can be restricted.
The answer "c" or -"c" can be restricted.
The answer "a", -"a", "b","-b" can be restricted.
The answer "a", -"a", "c","-c" can be restricted.
The answer "b", -"b", "c","-c" can be restricted.

There are 6 different possibilities for each one of the 324 T5 possible ones.
So, there are 1944 Possibilities of different T6 Units.

Type 7. -Those units in which the decision in one or in the entire coordinate axis is random, independent of the orientation and direction of what generates them. (A stimulus a generates any type of answer a, b, c, -a, -b, -c) We'll call them T7.
An "a" stimulus generates an "a" o "b" o "c" o "-a" o "-b" o "-c" decision.
A "b" stimulus generates an "a" o "b" o "c" o "-a" o "-b" o "-c" decision.
A "c" stimulus generates an "a" o "b" o "c" o "-a" o "-b" o "-c" decision.

These T7 units could have multiple sub classifications that we'll see later.

If we think of an ideal Universe of Decisions, where the work to turn a stimulus into a decision is zero, all the "i" units can be considered morphologically the same.
The later consideration of that transformation effort will settle the morphologic features of each type of "i" unit.

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