|Level 1||Hard-coded Program (Microcode)||Machine's Switches are PHYSICAL SET to Positions that when energized produce a series of encoded tasks to preform.|
|Level 2||Assembly Language||Computer's Manual on Operations.|
|Level 3||Operating System ("OS")||low-level software which handles the interface to peripheral hardware, schedules tasks, allocates storage, and presents a default interface to the user when no application program is running.|
|Level 4||Cybernetic-Human Interaction Language ("CIL-#")||Very low-level human/computer language used by Netgliders to construct archetypes for use in CIM.|
|Level 5||Cybernetic-Human Interaction Medium ("CIM") or Cyber-space|| Majority of Netgliders operate at this level.
Note: Some expert Netgliders, who can think in binary, can operate at Level 2. Other experts can operate on Levels 3 and 4.
|Level 6||Low-Level Computer Languages|| Lettered-Named Languages
Example: "C" Computer Language, Pascal, Fortran
|Level 7||Medium-Level Language||Example: COBOL|
|Level 8||High-Level Language||Example: QBasic|
|Level 9||Layperson Interaction System -- Audio ("LISA")||Vocal command terms only used with Vocal Response Computers ("VRC") like a Vocal Diary or Vocal Dictionary.|
Last Updated: Fri Sep 10 13:36:24 EDT 1999