System Mapping

From Pluralpedia, the collaborative plurality dictionary
system mapping (n., v.)
Applies tosystems

System mapping is the process a headmate or collective goes through to study, learn about, and understand their own system. This may include finding out about members, innerworld structure, parameters of functions, and similar. It could also include personal history in addition to the current state, such as formation history, past and current hierarchies, relationships, etc.

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System mapping may be a part of syscovery or therapy. It may include but is distinct form the work of a mapper or archivist.

Technicians and census takers may partake in system mapping as part of their role.

A journal keeper may facilitate or communicate the results of system mapping externally.