Scores themselves open up options rather than closing them down. (improv!)
Nuances in scoring have great importance--often the scorer himself is not completely aware of how he is projecting himself and his own biases and preconceptions into the score. (lol programming, software as ideology)
Scores themselves are nonjudgemental. That is, they do not moralize or preconceive what is to happen. (Selectivity when it occurs is determined under a different element of the RSVP cycles [Valuaction] not in scores.) Scores tell what and why, not how.
Scores are nonheirarchical.