Here are several types of listings of candidate Isomorphic Systems Processes (ISPs). Please note the importance of the word CANDIDATE. This list will never be completely finished. That is why we title them as “working” lists. Each new generation of researchers will have to resolve differences, explore strategies, devise criteria for judgement, and decide which candidates to include or exclude. Much of this will continue like taxonomy of species has in biology. There are “lumpers” and “splitters.” Some people will argue for a much more limited list where everything is lumped under a very few headings while others will argue for the longest list of particular isomorphies to increase the resolution.
Each major alternative type of listing has its own page, because each has its own strategy that must be debated and could be improved. We provide the trunks for each tree of branches or each alternative development.