This Interdisciplinary Research focuses on the algorithmic structure beyond Grief Instinct and Functional Mechanisms underlying Iceberg Cell. Grief is a deep emotional response to a loss in life, and it can trigger a sense of sadness or anxiety, which perpetuates a Chemical Imbalance in Brain Framework. External stimuli can activate Signal Code within Grief Instinct and generate the Open-loop cycle. Default Mechanism of Grief Instinct automatically provides dedicated Closed-loop mode and sustain Harmonic Balance in Biological System.
Random numbers of external stimuli with a variety of permutation algorithms can cause an Open-loop Mode; therefore, the Default Mechanism of Grief Instinct cannot run Closed-loop for various types of external stimuli. Survival Instinct can identify Multiple Optimal Instincts with the shortest execution time for Closed-loop conditions. Survival Instinct can call and substitute multiple new Instincts with the shortest execution time when present operative Instinct encounters with sub-optimality and stability issues in Closed-loop performance. Each substitution implies to Cycle of starvation beyond Grief Instinct.
The Black Box Testing Method exploits for identifying Algorithmic Patterns beyond Grief Instinct, Functional Mechanisms underlying Iceberg Cell, and Operational Process Framework of Instinct Component.
A tragic event and loss of someone or something on the evolutionary path of life can generate Signal Code for the Open-loop cycle within Grief Instinct through Centralized Nervous System. The Open-loop cycle transfers Negative Return Code through Wave Frequency from Unconscious Component to Brain Framework and the entire Biological System. Negative Return Code perpetuates a Chemical Imbalance in Brain Framework and Biological System. A human can experience an overwhelming feeling of sadness or anxiety. (Fig 1)
Functional Mechanisms of Grief Instinct automatically sets its Default Source Codes for Closed-loop Mode when external entities in Social Context stimulate Grief Instinct and create Open-loop mode within Grief Instinct. (Fig 2)
Default Mechanism for Closed-loop within Grief Instinct transfers Positive Signal from Unconscious Component into Brain Framework through specific Wave Frequency. The Positive Signal modifies Biological System for providing Grief Relief and keeps a positive attitude. The Positive Feedback Signal from Biological System returns into Grief Instinct and confirms Harmonic Balance in Biological System. (Fig 2)
Biological System may not possibly go through a right Harmonic Balance and Grief Relief when Default Mechanism for Closed-loop within Grief Instinct transfers Signal Codes to Brain Framework. It implies unsupported Default Key for Closed-loop within Grief Instinct. Algorithms beyond Default Protocol within Grief Instinct could not respond to complexity in Social Context. Therefore, Grief Instinct goes into Open-loop Condition and then starvation mode in the long term.
In the case of Open-loop mode within Grief Instinct, Source Codes of Grief Instinct calls algorithmic Codes within Iceberg- Cell for Closed-loop Feedback. Adapted Harmonic Balance between Superego and Ego calls the network of Cooperative Instinct for Closed-loop mode. The Network of Cooperative Instinct attenuates noise and complexity within Grief Instinct and provides Closed-loop Cycle. The network of Cooperative Instinct is defensive and explores Logical Codes for the Closed-loop cycle; consequently, the Open-loop condition goes into Closed-loop operation in the short term. (Fig 3)
In the case of Open-loop mode within Grief Instinct and a non-adapted Harmonic Balance within Iceberg Cell, Source Codes of Grief Instinct calls algorithmic Codes within Iceberg Cell.
Functional Mechanisms in Iceberg Cell calls Network of Competitive Instinct for Closed-loop Feedback mode. The Network of Competitive Instinct can impose and provide the Closed-loop Mode in the shortest time cycle. The Network of Competitive Instinct can possess Incompatible Property type with Grief Instinct. Therefore, the imposition of Closed-loop Mode is complex, and it causes side-effects and the Irrational Decision-Making Model on the evolutionary path of life. The Network of Competitive Instinct is offensive, and Logical Codes do not explore for Closed-loop cycle. (Fig 4)
Algorithmic Codes beyond Network of Competitive Instinct produce Starvation Mode within Grief Instinct. Feedback Control System in Grief Instinct has difficulty in identifying Algorithmic Parameters within Feedback Signal, which transfers from Network of Competitive Instinct. Therefore, the Signal Code can process into Inputs Mode for making further modifications. The Receptor may not match modification codes within Grief Instinct. Sensor Framework perpetuates Signal Codes to Feedback Control System for selecting a new control in the second cycle. Open-loop Mode can produce through multiple cycles on the specific time interval. Grief Instinct goes into Open-loop Condition and then starvation mode in the long term. (Fig 5)
Algorithmic Signal from Network of Competitive Instinct can sometimes develop an innovative Closed-loop condition for the short term. The closed-loop operation would eventually develop a certain extent of understanding; however, illogical codes in Closed-loop mode generate complex Decision-Making Patterns. Complex Decision can process in Social Context on the evolutionary path of life. Most Instincts in Network of Competitive Instinct have aggressive operational posture. (Fig 5)
Grief Instinct in Starvation Mode calls the Survival instinct for help while showing up a new tragic event or losses within Social Context. Signal Code transfers from Brain Framework and Centralized Nervous System to Grief Instinct. Interrupt Request Feedback for Closed-loop Cycle perpetuates from Grief Instinct to Survival Instinct. The Signal Code contains both comprehensive Data Property of Grief Instinct in Starvation Mode and Interruption Scenarios based on the Closed-loop cycle.
Survival Instinct transfers signal to Unconscious Component and request Closed-loop condition within Grief Instinct. Survival Instinct can select a Specific Instinct for rescuing Grief Instinct and embarking on a recovery process. (Fig 6)
For example, X Instinct, which can possess genuinely Incompatible Property type with Grief Instinct, would nominate to provide Closed-loop Cycle. X Instinct might select by Survival Instinct for Starvation Mode Recovery because it has the shortest execution time than other Instincts. On the contrary, X Instinct can create a complicated Decision-Making Model due to Incompatibility. (Fig 6)
Logical Code may not encapsulate in Decision Making because Strong Ego and Competitive Instinct within Unconscious Component involve in Decision Making. Decision-Making Model always generates Negative Signals and transfer to Grief Instinct for Closed-loop condition. Therefore, Complex Social Behavior can evolve in Social Context due to the sizeable offensive operation of certain Instincts. The outcome of Grief can end up to many either unique processes or tragic events. (Fig 6)
Instinct with the shortest execution time cannot produce Closed-loop conditions because the default mechanism, which handles Open-loop mode, is not compatible with the default mechanism of Instinct in Open-loop Mode. Instinct with the shortest execution time generates failure pattern recognition in Decision Making, and it may not comfort for the losses in life. Therefore, it causes complexity in Social Behavior and Social Context. Survival Instinct selects and calls the next Instinct with the shortest execution time for Closed-loop Mode. Every time Survival Instinct calls the next Instinct with the shortest execution time; it implies a new Open-loop cycle and starvation mode.
The Mechanisms of Open-loop and Closed-loop Mode operates through the default algorithm, which pre-programmed within Instincts.
An in-depth grieving process may hinder Optimal Decision-Making, and it can emerge with anger, depression, and making tragic scenarios.
People with strong Ego would live under Harsh Environments in a long time because Ego grows/develops in a wide range of unsteady state conditions and chaos within the Social Context. The most crucial function of the Ego is to coordinate a sequence of Logical Data with Superego within Conscious Component. Harmonic Dialog between the Superego and Ego perpetuates a relational data model. Weak Superego and Strong Ego create multiple complex Decision Making Patterns.
Spiritual lifestyle development focuses on Invisible Entities, which modify Harmonic Balance within Biological Systems, Non-biological System, and Environmental Context.
Invisible Entities can search through the bottom-up approach and Black Box Testing Method. Researchers try to build a research model and hypotheses development for Invisible Entities.
Human is a Spiritual Entity, which involves Physical Experiences on the earth. Our Physical Experiences on the planet is an instance of Parallel Universes.